Health Center Marc Messegue
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Without anything pressing today we decided to walk around parts of Rome that are unknown to us. We caught the bus to the Borghese Gardens and stepped off into a local market, heaps of stuff, but not anything we wanted. We discovered Piazza Mincio, an interesting area little known to tourists, it was developed by a group of Italian Architects under the leadership of Gino Coppede in the 1920s, ...
... and shrubs. There are around 20 hens and ducks pottering about, the cockerels are noisily crowing trying to out do each other, one of these is the biggest I have ever seen! We went for our walk in the rain, passing the local thermal spa hotel, where at a price you can enjoy the therapeutic hot springs and treatments. The farms seem to mostly be growing cabbages and cauliflowers in various colours and varieties. The area is flat ...
... 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 ...
This morning once we left the University of Urbino, some took the train back to Rome, but I and a few others drove back with Professor Bonanno. It was a four hour drive which we broke up first with a lunch stop. We then stopped by a river that was a beautiful blue to explore for a little whileWe thren drove to a small town in the mountains called ...
... towns Todi also has his "Piazza del Popolo". But Todi's piazza is one of the most photogenic. The Palazzo del Popolo ("People's Palace") is a Lombard-Gothic construction already existing in 1213, and is one of the most ancient communal palaces in Italy (open for visits). This was the site of the Roman forum. On the square you'll find the cathedral and three public buildings from the 13th century. Palazzo del Popolo is one of Italy's oldest public buildings but ...