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The clouds cleared up for our last morning in Siena, allowing the Tuscan sun to shine through for our drive to Assisi.
Assisi is the heart of the Umbrian wine region and the place where Italy's patron saint, Saint Francis, was born, lived and died. Needless to say, it attracts both wine lovers and those on a Christian pilgrimage. Assisi is …
... next morning, we headed out and made a stop in Orvieto. We had a
few hours to explore here but unfortunately, it was a Sunday so most things were closed. We did, however, get our Nutella crepe fixes in! We also were given tours of the Duomo di Orvieto which had breathtaking artwork on the outside but to my surprise seem very empty on the inside. Regardless, it was beautiful all together.
When we got back to campus, ...
... hiking with just Evan and Taylor. We saw some beautiful churches (of course, it’s Italy), had lunch with a philosophy professor who could tell us a lot about Assisi, went on a hike and agreed that we were very bad at getting lost –three times in a row we magically found the way.
My second trip was a three day trip to Rome. Me and seven Americans had rented a very nice apartment in Trastevere. I might need to mention that there’s ...
... 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 ...
Yesterday, January First was a great day with a free morning to catch up on sleep after our New Year's Eve fireworks outing. In the afternoon we toured two special places dedicated to St Anthony of Padua. The first is a church built on the place where died. Pictures will be included. The second is the Basilica of St Anthony. No inside pictures allowed, but there are some of the outside. We had Mass in a beautiful ...