Grand Hotel Terme
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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Off to Perugia - 2 reasons, not that we needed any really, as Perugia is a stunning city in itself.
1. We had been summonsed by the Immigration Questura (Police) to attend yet another appt for our visa's.
2. Perugia is home to Perugino chocolates, maker of the famous "Baci" chocolate kiss.
If you want stay in Italy any longer than 3 months legally, you need a residency visa. As ...
... We do not disagree. Unfortunately for us they were engaged in restorative work on the exterior front. The inside was pristine. The church is rich with paintings and frescoes. In fact Mike (aka Michelangelo) reviewed the ceiling and wall art before painting the Sistine Chapel. Bird is also especially impressed with the alternating black and white stone work. Rather surprising they could build such a structure in a fairly out of the way place during the middle ...
... sampling many olive 2015 Nuovo Di Olio from proud producers.
Lots of locale vino, bruschetta, Pomodoros, and other gorgeous produce was also seasonal and ripe.
We would have bought 1litre of each producers oil, if we could, they were just so good...... But we had to pick just one, as I was advised by the luggage "police" (aka Noel). So our favourite vineyard , Madrevita got the vote ...... Funny that, they too have a Labrador , a gorgeous ...
... but I must admit I was keeping an ear cocked for the sound of crumbling dirt !!!!
We wandered through the via , peering over the rims of stone fences and into windows to find nothing.. ...... sheer drops and clear sky .........where the gardens and buildings had just fallen off as the edge crumbles.
CBR is also famous as the birthplace of Saint Bonaventure ( known as "second in charge" after St Francis in founding ...
Today was a travelling day, as we journeyed from Montecatini Terme to Fiuggi, stopping for lunch in Orvieto.Orvieto is an old Etruscan hilltop city, full of winding cobbled streets and tile-roofed houses.
It has a funicular railway that takes you from the bottom most of the way up the hill, with a short bus ride to the main town square. Unfortunately the railway wasn't working today, so it was just a single bus journey all the way up ...