Residence Domus Volumnia
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... 24 hour quiet hours,” sing Pitch Perfect songs out loud, and feel the need to talk about Dante/Plato/Aristotle and their pet bearded dragons ALL the time. Needless to say, we’re really enjoying the company here.
All in all, great first class trip weekend! This upcoming weekend is our first travel weekend where
we will be headed off in different directions; keep us in your prayers!
... disappeared when I realized she only spoke Japanese and Italian and that we had to continue our conversation through google translate.
I spent the first week seriously doubting what the hell I was doing in Perugia. I could think of so many places I'd rather be, so many things I'd rather be doing. Perugia was cute, but very small. The classes were okay, but very easy and I had way too much time on my hands.
Luckily on the third ...
... we got a local guide to tell us a little of the history of the town and of Saint Francis. After hearing all the stories a lot of things started to click in. I then understood why Pope Francis chose his name. I understood and embrace my religion more by being there, something I thought would happen in Rome, but instead it happened ...
... Oh, we also had gelato once we reached the top. Very good (but not as good as what I would have in Fabriano the next day). Assisi: On our way back to Fabriano we stopped at the hilltop town of Assisi. I was expecting a tourist feel but this was a completing working city inside the walls of an ancient Catholic monastery. It is still an active religious destination as you will see nuns and monks ...
... vase used for pagan marriages in one corner that is is original. The mosaics however are beautiful and show a mixture of thrones and altars which would be symbolically used in the final judgement. You are going to have to reference many of the photos from today to get an idea of what I'm referring to because a picture really is worth a thousand words, and, lets face it my lovely readers, Im really not going to describe the lot for you! From here we turned right to visit ...