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... excellent way to wake up in the morning is 50 sit ups and 50 push ups. It's like a shower or a coffee on steroids. Walk more places, you never know what could happen, or what you could see. Some of the most memorable moments on my trip have happened while I've just been wandering about. Like the time I gave a perfectly normal man a big smile in a park, because I thought he had Down syndrome. Not a high moment for me, Find music you love, it really can make you ...
So I headed out of Milan to Rome! Man did I have some high expectations of Rome. They were in part met. But my thoughts on Rome itself later. My Roman story first. So I got off the train, and headed for my hostel. I finally found what looked like an apartment building. I buzzed the apartment number, and this man, who seemed Romanian came and showed me into his apartment, wait, hostel. It was a hostel. He then showed me into his spare room, wait, my room. It was my room. If ...
... The first was 'taco night at Mikes'. Now, I don't know mike, but the man can make tacos. Upon walking in, I was tasked with grating the cheese. This was a process that went on for at least half an hour and made me very protective of my cheese by the end, and made me very unhappy with a Brazilian guy who just kept eating it. He was so intense about this cheese that he got it on his forehead. I have no idea. The second was a 'round the world party' where everyone made a dish from ...
... famous Baci chocolates. We took a tour. You go through the museum, they talk you through how chocolate is made and then you get a tasting. All these different types of chocolate from plain 70%25 cocoa to white. Our favourite was the milk chocolate hazelnut bar which is like baci but in a bar. SO GOOD. Basically a baci is a hazelnut chocolate paste topped with a hazelnut and covered in ...
After the rush of Rome, it was awesome to get away from the city and finally arrive in Assisi. For an introvert like myself, it was nice to be in such a peaceful and relaxed place to process everything which had just happened in Rome.
We began our trip by making a stop in Lower Assisi to visit the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli which contains the Portiuncula (the Church which St. Francis built when he heard the Lord tell him "rebuild my ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet