Hotel Moderno Chianciano
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... we now were a tiny family.
Tre piani festa
The building where I live consists of three floors, with a total of eleven students living in them. The people who used to live on the second floor had told us how they used to organize three floor parties, so of course we had to keep the tradition alive. So a couple of weeks ago we invited all of our friends (and they invited their friends) and got a dj (a guy who had played us his music in ...
... to mention all of the stores all around. Unlike Rome, Perugia felt less touristy which was a nice change from our everyday life. Our dinner was delicious, and we went back early to get ready for Saturday, which was packed with fun activities the entire day!
We woke up bright and early on Saturday morning and walked down the hill to Casa Yog for Yoga. It was not the typical yoga, but it was taught by a Yoga master which was pretty awesome! After ...
Orivieto sitting on top of a volcanic mountain not too far outside of Rome is too busy with
tourists for our liking but is interesting from afar and has a wonderful Etruscan museum
which we visited on our last visit here several years ago. The cathedral is very impressive
with it's black and white decorative stone and elaborate detail. ...
... a little more. No bus. The tourist information centre went on siesta and closed their doors (even though they could see us outside waiting around). Still no bus. Then a tiny local bus arrived, something that could probably fit about ten people in maximum. We jumped on quickly and headed back down to the bottom (just as we had done, albeit with a slightly bigger bus, on the way up to Orvieto). Its first stop was at the top end of the ...
... After a lunch of antipasti we climbed the clock tower which is in the centre of town. I convinced Katrina to climb it by telling her there is a lift. I didn't mention there are over 200 more steps after that! But it was worth it for the view over the town and the surrounding countryside. We jumped out of our skins when the bell rang. It is perched at the top of the tower not 6 feet from where we stood! Thank goodness it was only 3 o'clock! It then gave ...