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... next morning, we headed out and made a stop in Orvieto. We had a
few hours to explore here but unfortunately, it was a Sunday so most things were closed. We did, however, get our Nutella crepe fixes in! We also were given tours of the Duomo di Orvieto which had breathtaking artwork on the outside but to my surprise seem very empty on the inside. Regardless, it was beautiful all together.
When we got back to campus, ...
... stay to play a game of Risk or watch a movie.
It took me one to two weeks to stop thinking about going home sooner than I had planned. Slowly I started to meet more and more great people, discover the beauty of Perugia and even started to feel at home in. And now, of course, I couldn't think of a better place to be.
Were extremely slow and easy in the beginning, but are a lot better now. Last week most of us passed our ...
When we were on our way to Rome we made a short stop at Assisi. At first I do have to admit I was a bit fustrated. All I wanted to do was get to Rome as soon as possible. I felt like we were wasting our time by stoping at Assisi. Boy was I wrong!
Personally as a catholic, this was one of the most impacting experiences. When ...
... have been diced and let them sit in a colander to drain since the salt will draw out a lot of the remaining water in the tomatoes. After that you place whole cloves of garlic (minus the bitter center green part) and ribbons of basil in with the tomatoes, add a little olive oil and some more salt and pepper and just let it sit until you are ready to serve. The final step in the process is to fish out the whole garlic cloves and rub them over the surface of the toasted bread ...
... the two churches and the Basilica, we stopped for the requisite Apple Strudel, and I shopped for a nativity, since St. Francis is the inventor of the nativity scene. San Rufino was a very simple church with the baptismal font where both saints were baptized, and babies still are today. Earthquake damage in 1997 revealed graves, Roman foundations and animal bones underneath, which we were able to see some of. St. Clare , appearing pink and ...