Hotel La Meridiana
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... sites have been positively affecting my outlook on these matters. Anyways, we also got to see the area in which St. Francis’ remains lay which was pretty cool too! After the tour and lunch, we went on a "hike" (and by that, I mean a paved, uphill road) to the Eremo delle Carceri (the hermitage of Saint Francis). It was a nice little 45-minute walk and some people decided to walk it barefoot on the cold, wet pavement. ...
... 8220;friends” I actually didn’t really want to hang out with. And yes, it took a while before I met the people I really wanted to be around, but when I did I couldn’t have asked for greater people. Besides the –wonderful- ones I occasionally hang out with, there is a group of people that have become true friends and/or have been great company on trips or nights out. All of us have acquired a nickname throughout the weeks (I go by ...
... 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 ...
... been flat, plains cities. Perugia feels very different. The large historic city is built entirely on the steep mountainous slopes, and feels like a city built on top of a city, on top of a city--literally! You can go beneath the streets and there's another level of underground alleys with towering walls... then you pop up again and find yourself in a stately piazza... it feels like the kind of place you'd want to wander around until ...
... the main pedestrian square of the city, right towards the Fontana Maggiore, one of the most important monuments in Italy, not just Perugia. We bagan circling it in panic as though it were a roundabout, shouting at each other for each others apparent incompetence, and avoiding tourists who were sent scurrying out of the way. Finding a gap in the bollards around the piazza, we aimed for it and headed down a hill at a 50° angle and back out of the city. Heading out of ...