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... find a parking space (sigh.), we finally located one, parked, and headed towards a big hill. While we walked, Becky and I quizzed mum and dad on where we were going because we had no idea (apart from that it was in Gubbio.). It turns out that we were taking a gondola up a really big hill! I was excited, because I love heights. We bought tickets, and waited for a gondola carriage. The 'carriage' turned out to be a bird ...
We had a leisurely start to the day and left Florence around 10.30 am with GPS set for Perugia . One small problem, the roads were blocked off for the World Road cycling time trials . So we went around in circles for about 1 hour then parked Nd rethought our plan to get out. We ...
... to our room and, got dry, then hung around with Lily and Ellie, then we went on a walk. We walked down The White Road, to an 'abandoned village'. When we got there, we figured out that someone actually lived there (we think!) so we started to walk back up the road, in 25-30 degree heat. Mum decided to take a 'short cut' up a grassy hill, (with bees and wasps everywhere!) ...
... t an unreasonable time. It was 7:53.), and found a message laid out in rocks on the floor. It said 'Happy birthday Abby <3'. I went and thanked mum, then we ate breakfast and went out to Umbertide to get groceries, and look at a church. We drove back down the White Road, and on to Umbertide. We pulled up at a supermarket bought food (I won't bore you by explaining the mad rush around), then drove to a little church/museum ...
... t get over how cool it is, probably because it reminds me so much of Harry Potter. We arrived around 10 and stopped at a basilica in which St. Francis died. Within the large basilica, there is a small Chapel that the Benedictine's (holler!) provided the funds for Francis to start his order back in the 12th century. He started it at the bottom of the mountain because that's where the poor lived, and he was quite committed to poverty. Then we made our way up to the little ...
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