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We packed our suitcases, loaded up our little blue Lancia and headed out into the countryside. We were heading out to Perugia. The route that we planned will lead us straight through the Chianti hills and vineyards. It will bring us past Radda and the Lago Tarisemeno, the largest lake of the Italian Peninsula. The road is windy and the views of the …
Today we explore the buzzling center of Perugia. The city center is, as I mentioned before, not too big, and on top of a hill. The town is a student town as there are a couple of universities located here. First we have our breakfast at the hotel. Thank god its included in the deal that we got, as we see on the menu that they dare to charge 38 Euro …
... town. You will have some free
time to shop or eat lunch at an outdoor cafe with a view of an ancient
Roman temple, we go to the Church of St. Clare to view the relics of St.
Clare. The foundress of the Order of Poor Clares followed the teachings
of St Francis by living a life of poverty and humility. We will visit
these two saints' tombs before dinner and retiring for the ...
... tiny peas) and tomato
Meatloaf (beef) and fried potatoes
Insalata with fennel, cos lettuce, olive oil and citrus (?grapefruit)
Two torte - one with cream and pastry, the other a cream cake
We toasted the birthday boy "Chin chin" with Proscetto and drank red wine with our meal. Some had a Venezuelan rum (neat) to finish off with. It was a very pleasant evening and the family made me feel very welcome. Grazie mille.
... region, on the western flank of Monte Subasio. It was the birthplace of St. Francis, who founded the Franciscan religious order ...