Hotel Domus Pacis Assisi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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28 August Kids rule today. And we are off to the Tavernelle Parco Aquatico. It has a few rides, a few pools and few rules. However, it is obligatory (their word,with heavy emphasis) to wear bathing caps in the park, unless you are bald - we got three. Mind you, they sting you €4 each for the caps. No wonder they are obligatory! Anyway, it was a beautiful day for the park and after finding ourselves an umbrella, setting up some chairs, laying out our towels and ...
We've had the most wonderful afternoon taking cooking lessons from two delightful ladies, Tita (from Perugia) and Nonie (from New York). This is taken from umbriacooks4u website:
Umbriacooks4u grew out of our longtime friendship, which began in 1974 at the University of Perugia, capital of Italy’s Umbrian Region. We are Nonie, a native New Yorker who finds great joy in entertaining, and Tita, a native of Umbria who loves to cook. In ...
... maps is indispensable to get us from 'a’ to ‘b’ as the ‘on ramps’ and ‘off ramps’ are like a bowl of spaghetti. Twisting and turning, u turns and circles… despite Andrew’s very good sense of direction, Google maps just makes it easier. We got to Perugia and the car park (the beginning of the walk) without incident except for that one tiny error which meant that we were going down the ...
... the cost (so it’s not technically coming out of our budget) – thanks mums! Whilst you could have got to some places via public transport, the car gives you so much more flexibility, not needing to worry about bus and train time tables, plus we got to drive through some magnificent countryside, and we were able to get to some smaller villages there is no way we would have seen without the car. My only qualm with the car is the bloody Italian drivers. They ...
... round bottles. This created a sideline in weaving bottle wrappers (I'm sure the weavers have a better term) so the bottles could stand up. Seems like glass making was men's work and weaving the women's. At some point, we will go back to the museum and have a go at making glass jewelry. 18 August After a relaxing afternoon by the pool yesterday, watching the kids turn blue, sunday morning finds us up early for a tour of one of the local wineries. ...