Le Torri Di Bagnara Medieval Historic Villas
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... nothing. It gives your brain the chance to just work. I've come up with all kinds of stupid ideas since I've been away which wouldn't have happened if I had kept overloading my brain with external ****. Always get to the airport early. Don't bank on online check-in working. Always know the last destination of your train. It's almost more important than knowing your destination, almost. You should fit other people in with your life. Find a relationship that fits in ...
... and god... He was particularly god faring. But he seems to use it to drive himself and his life forward in a a really positive way. It was a good experience for me. Now Rome itself, the colosseum seriously amazing. They built a 75,000 person stadium in 8 years. All wrought in marble. Wow. The trevi fountain is seriously cool. Piazza Navona is beautiful. And everyone should have the opportunity to sit and eat some pizza and ice cream there. It is Essentially happiness in ...
So I came out of France into Italy! The train from Lyon into Milan was pretty spectacular. Mountains with snow capped peaks, crystal clear rivers and some amazingly placed little towns nestled amongst some of the best views in the world. (Although, they were literally miles from anywhere. So that is a trade off I suppose) Once I made it off the train, there was a minor debacle trying to find Corrine. Corrine is a friend of mine from Sydney and is one of most amazingly ...
This morning we drove up Mount Subasio. It was scary seeing such a big drop over the side, at one point we were 1,300m up. We we were actually in a cloud!! The view of Assisi from up there is amazing. We then stopped in Perugia. We saw the fountana maggiore which is said to hold the virgins wedding ring. It is made of pink and white stone, surrounded by carvings which is said to show the month ...
... To get to Todi, you have to take an elevator-like lift from the ground up the mountain. Todi is very small and very medieval. We explored the cobblestone streets and found a gelato shop where we stooped and ate in front of a fountain. We then walked around for an hour exploring the ancient streets before sitting on the steps of a church taking in the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services