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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... br> The brochure indicates that it’s an old converted monastery, and it was definitely different than the Courtyard in Rome. But it was clean and cheap, and only for one night, so not really a big deal. We dropped everything off and set out to find a late (for us anyways) dinner. I was really hoping to find a Bistecca Fiorentina made from a Chinina cow, and while I’m not sure if the breed was right, at least it was delicious (and huge). ...
... hand-holds once were that would allow you to remove these large stone squares from the floor, and inevitable deposit something (likely someone) underneath.
In the evening, there was a Good Friday Procession which started from a church on the Piazza Garibaldi and would make its way up to the Duomo. It was to begin at 9pm, so with Lachlan in full fever mode, Sally ventured out with Veda and Garrett to check it out. It did not prove to be a dramatic ...
... business in Assisi. That being said, it seems like many of the hill towns, the Renaissance largely skipped Assisi and this medieval walled city made for an excellent day trip.
We started at the Basilica di San Francesco, a grand frescoed which two levels down contains the crypt containing the remains of St. Francis. The kids have been quite fascinated with the crypts found in churches. Imagining what the big stone tombs contain ...
Yesterday morning we rented a car and drove through the rolling hills of Tuscany into Umbria and the charming town of Assisi. In the year 1200, a simple friar from Assisi countered the decadence of Church government, and society in general, with a powerful message of non-materialism. Francis forsook his wealthy family and taught by example, living a life without worldly goods and aiming to love all ...
... the gorge and stands 76meters tall) to the old Fort (aka guard station). We chose to do the loop up the hillside and take the path which would eventually lead back into the west end of town. It was a well forested path, wide and gentle enough for easy walking. You tended to forget that the path along the hillside was supported by a giant medieval retaining wall. The kids enjoyed the 'exercise stations' that were located at different spots along our path, and the simple ability ...