Hotel El Patio
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... was definitely my favorite! It was filled with cafes, chocolate shops, museums, and cute little shops. We went to the Galleria Nationale Dell'umbria, which had tons and tons of crazy cool paintings, sculptures, and artifacts. We could have spent an entire day in there but because of the time restraints, we whizzed through in hopes thatwe could retain it all.
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... years old Chinese kid, four English soccer players and a bunch of other people from all over the world.
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I’m not gonna lie, having to make new friends is what scared me most before coming to Perugia. I realized it wasn’t going to be like in Australia where I could just leave whenever I wasn’t enjoying myself. I was afraid I wouldn’t make friends at all, or, maybe even worse, ...
... 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 ...
... or holding onto the grate allowing the moment to impact on them. We sat for a while to admire the tomb and scene. It is inspiring and very moving to be here. Little wonder so many miracles have been performed in his name. After Mass and hot chocolate, we head to a 1.5 walk down beside the monastery to the valley below. While it was a steep walk at times and took about 2 hours to go down and come back up, it was a tiring but lovely walk. The ...
... clean and efficient. Wish we had this in the States.Out rental car is a manual transmission Ford Focus wagon which fit the 5 of us very comfortably along with our luggage. Most of the cars here run on diesel gas, and the options at the gas station are diesel, diesel deluxe, and regular (probably unleaded but not sure). I've been having fun driving a stick shift...haven't driven one since the kids were born and we upgraded to a minivan.