Hotel Park GE.AL.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... This is very different from my hike through the Alpine valleys, where every square foot of usable land is being used, and only the steep mountainsides are wild. What is going on here? Why did people abandon their farms here? It doesn't seem natural. I thought all of Western Europe was getting more and more crowded, not less... I ponder this as I reconnect with the Assisi route, which follows a paved road. This route is well marked--and there are even signs of ...
... homeless ladybirds. Buuuut, now they'll never get to hear the story. Shame. It was a real corker.
A final note for this entry. I would like to tell you, in a very hesitant manner, that I think the painting may be done. I'm not sure, because I haven't talk to Livia about it today, but as far as I'm concerned it's done (thank God!). I think it's safe to say that, due to this project, I won't be painting again for the best part of my life...
... out of season here it is very quiet. We have our own set out pitch with a hedge all around. Very nice and very private. A lovely pool area here with very little usage. Went for a swim this afternoon, just about had an olympic size pool to myself.
This morning we drove to a town called Arezzo, no special reason but the owners here said it was a nice old town with interesting buildings.The drive there was good, lots of ...
... Piazza Matteotti, finished by Nicola Barbioni in 1687, has a very characteristic clock with two dials and with a rare wind star.
Cylindrical Bell Tower
Of a unique shape (with one other known only in Ravenna) and positioned to be detached from the Cathedral, the lower part is roman and the upper part gothic, with double window order until the conic roof which underlines its extraordinary peculiarity.
... As we entered the fort, we saw a sign warning those who are claustrophobic or suffer from vertigo. Another challenge for me to put my fear of heights aside, as I did in the Leaning Tower of Pisa. At the first lookout tower (the highest one) we climbed up a narrow marble staircase (even narrower than the one in the Leaning Tower) and when we got to the top we got a wonderful view overlooking Assisi and the Umbrian countryside. We then headed back down and reached an extremely narrow ...