Hotel Ristorante Pineta
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... so peaceful and beautiful, I can see why St. Francis liked it. We walked through the walled city, up many side streets with beautiful flowers and many stairs. I should have some nice looking calves when we return! We visited the Basilica of St. Clare, built in 1265. It is dedicated to Clare, who was a friend of St. Francis and wanted to follow in his life of obedience to Christ, poverty and chastity. She set up a convent nearby with many followers known as the ...
... olive oils, balsamic, truffle, cheese and meats. After this we drove up to the walls of Assisi and walked around and had dinner. We have a 4 hour tour scheduled for tomorrow with a friend of Letizia who is a tour guide. I've been reading about the Life of St. Francis, and I'm really looking forward to learning more about him. Look for more pictures and history of Assisi tomorrow. ...
When Tom began planning the trip in November, he was checking into using our frequent flyer miles and found a flight with seats in Envoy class on the way to Rome using less points than coach. Needless to say, that determined the date we left! What a great way to begin our trip. We each had our own pod which reclined into a flat bed. We were given a set set of ...
We woke up early today and did some last minute packing and cleaning. We ate breakfast then went off to Perugia, the capital an biggest city of Umbria. The drive took an hour and a half, and wasn't particularly nice, but I got to talk to you most of the way which was nice. We arrived at the hotel and this funny old Italian lady who kept grabbing me and Nims cheeks checked us in. It's nice and clean but the wifi doesn't work so great, but it's only for a night. After ...
... golf for the afternoon in the marvellous Antagnola Golf Course. The course was set in the hills of Umbria and was simply beautiful. A huge castle (being restored) overlooked the course and the hills and scenery were stunning. Helped perhaps by the perfect blue sky and puffy white clouds.
After a tough afternoon with the clubs we retired to our hotel balcony for a picnic supper and nice glass of Umbrian wine - good ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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