Brufani Palace Hotel
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... 24 hour quiet hours,” sing Pitch Perfect songs out loud, and feel the need to talk about Dante/Plato/Aristotle and their pet bearded dragons ALL the time. Needless to say, we’re really enjoying the company here.
All in all, great first class trip weekend! This upcoming weekend is our first travel weekend where
we will be headed off in different directions; keep us in your prayers!
... 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 ...
... br> The thing that impacted me the most was entering Saint Francis tomb. Just entering I felt a complete spiritual embrace. It was just so calm and peaceful. I sincerly wanted to cry! I don't know if it was because of happiness, but I just wanted to let out this amazing sensation that I can't even describe. Definitely unforgetable ...
Oct 26, 2014
After a long leisurely breakfast,....we showered, caught up on some emails,....and then got ready to leave for Perugia. Perugia was recommended by some of Dennis' friends.I haven't been there before,...so this should be fun.
As much as we love our hotel room,...we're having problems with sewer problems. I guess because the building is soooo old. It's not ...
... a bargain and well worth it even if you only visit a few of the main sites as I have done. You enter the well down a back alley and when you have passed the ticket desk you enter a tight brisk passageway leading down to the well. Water drips ominously through the ceiling giving the darkness a macabre feel. You can pop your head through a window half way down to look over the well from above, before heading further in to the small bridge crossing the well. ...