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... a hill the sight of The Basilica is astounding. The whole town is perched on the side of the hill. An incredibly old town with skinny, windy roads. The hotel is fabulous with great views from the room and public areas out side, down across the valley below. Free a quick check in we returned to the bus to have a guided tour of the old part of Assisi and the Basilica. It was a difficult walk up steep winding roads. Once inside more ...
... is gong to join us for a hike tomorrow. We were home just after 5 and once again set to work to fix my phone issue again to no avail. It was after 7 before we gave up the ghost and headed for supper at a local pizzeria. Nothing great. We went to search for a pastry but again our choice was not the greatest. We were home by 9, tried to get Georges on face time to no avail. Technology and I are not good friends this trip! The wether is fantastic - sunny and warm with a lovely gentle ...
... on the hilltop. Saint Anthony's guest house is also lovely with marvellous views of the rooftops and the surrounding countryside from our room. We took a few minutes to refresh and headed out for a quick walk about and to look for supper. We finally settled on "La Lanterna" down a small street ( alley really) lit by candle filled lanterns. I had brucetta which for 6 Euro was filling and very tasty. Home and back to bed before 9. Hoping beyond hope for a full night's ...
... 15 people and has the concept of a cable driven roller coaster. Once to the top, there was a series of 3 escalators that finished our journey to the top. Perugia is an ancient town going back to medevial wars and the Etruscans. We started off by having some gelato then walked the town taking a group picture at the town fountain. One very memorable thing was the underground fortress city called the ...
... they have few if any bugs here; they have 5 times the number of politicians that any other country in Europe (1,500); apartments may have washing machines, but they do not have dryers. They dry their clothes outside, or when it’s cold, on racks over the heating unit. I really am glad we live in the good old USA!!
To break up the trip we made a short stop at the Commonwealth War Cemetery near Monte Cassino. There are ...