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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We're en route to Naples and broke the journey in Civitanova Marche, a delightful sea side town, which must buzz during the summer. Over this weekend they were hosting a festival of chocolate, I have never seen so many chocolate stalls in one location, all overflowing with delicious looking things......Dalmatians, shoes, tools and even things that looked like ...
Woke up this morning feeling a little bittersweet. It was our last cooking class and last day at this beautiful hotel in Umbria. The week had absolutely flown by and we were having such a wonderful time with everyone. Also, hated to face the chore of packing.
After breakfast we headed to our last cooking class & was thrilled that we would be working with fresh trout today. In fact, it was what we had had for dinner ~ risotto ...
... home, it was such a beautiful drive with many hilltop villages along the way. It was dark when we returned to the hotel & tonight we were back in the fancy dining room for dinner. Right before we had left on the trip, I received notice that we were getting a meal upgrade, four nights in the dining room instead of two.
Tonight we feasted on fresh trout. Since our buddy Federico was out of town, his mother stopped by our table. She loved ...
... table. Then we had the lamb & the roasted potatoes, more moans. And finally the warm molten cupcakes that oozed chocolate when you cut into them. This had been the best meal yet!
Nancy, Rita & I decided to help clean up & stayed afterwards to finish off the wine. We loved the little kitchen helper, Ronnie, who gladly got us more wine when we asked for it! At 2:30pm Tiziano arrived at the hotel to take us to ...
... took the command & fixed the place up, renounces his father's inheritance, taking off all his clothes & returns them to Dad. From here he lived the life of poverty, abstinence & renunciation of wordly goods in search of greater spirituality.
We followed Irene inside the Basilica & noticed the 28 frescos of scenes of the Life of St. Francis, painted by Giotto. There was no talking or picture taking inside the Basilica. Next we walked to the ...