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- Pets allowed
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... Not too sure about that one but it was quite a sight to see them hobble down the mountain after their feet had enough torcher. The hermitage was so peaceful and a nice change of pace as we got to be out in nature. Mairin and I explored the different pathways through the forest area and it was just an overall moving experience. After we got back and had dinner with a side of cold showers, Ryan (one of the directors of the ...
... Tswizle, US]: Little miss Texas with a funny, but very serious, obsession with cars, which probably makes her every man’s dream.
Rae [Auto, US]: Some call her the best kept secret of Perugia. Once you get to know her you discover how extremely funny she is. Also has an incredible knowledge of history, or basically anything.
Elena [Shuffels, UK]: First night that I met her we discovered that we had danced on the same table in a club ...
... 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 ...
... local Catholic Churches to save 300 Jews from the nazis during WWII. There are some amazing stories of bravery and risks that the locals (both religious people and lay) took to support and look after these persecuted people. It is a lovely story of tolerance and humanity- the sisters and priests even provided places for the Jews to hold their own religious celebrations. Heartening when you hear so much in history of religious wars. ...
... up to the city, with people's names written on each brick. But reaching the top where there's a parking lot/bus station with souvenir shops around the perimeter... this place feels just a bit... artificial... After my encounter with the pilgrims in Mercatello... staying in the ancient temple site with a famiy in Pieve di Saddi... the painters of Pietralunga... the alleyways of Gubbio... all very authentic, unscripted experiences, this feels, I dunno, a ...