Hotel Le Grazie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I saw her later on, this time with my glasses on and she without. It was probably best that I didn't try for her autograph, after all. Seems like the Tavernelle Parco Aquatico has yet to be discovered by the Hollywood set. Get there while you can, I say! After our water sports, we had to get back to the Piegaro glass museum for an art and craft class. First up was stained glass. Bronte was pretty proficient but Flynn needed a hand. He kept making mistakes, though, so I ...
... hills above Perugia. After introductions, we got straight into the menu:
Antipasti (Hors d’oeuvre)
Torta al Testo con Stracchino e Rucola (Flat Bread with Soft Cheese e Rucola)
Cestini di Parmigiano Reggiano con le Pere (Parmesan Reggiano Cheese Baskets with Pears)
Torta Rustica (Tita’s Pie)
Pasta e Ceci (Chickpea soup with pasta)
Spaghetti con Pomodorini Pachino (Spaghetti ...
... of the arts, plus 24 statues of the town’s foundations. At the top are 3 nymphs. Surrounding the fountain are various important buildings of the day including a ‘not quite finished’ cathedral, a palazzo, 2 colleges and a gallery.
We stopped for a moment to look at the town’s tallest intact tower before popping our head into a church which had beautiful marble work on the outside and a room at the ...
... wilderness, springs and rocky gorges.
The town of Spoleto was perfect for us. Easy driving distance to all the other Umbrian must see towns, and the town itself was just the right size. Not too big and not too small. Enough bars and restaurants to keep anyone happy, a delightful old town overlooked by mountains and its hilltop Rocca, and a very Italian holiday feel (more Italian holidaymakers than Westerners). Our apartment was on the first floor ...
... village itself. The synopsis below is paraphrased from material provided by our hosts, Colleen and Tom. In 1292, Piegaro experienced a great cultural and industrial development due to the Venice Decree that all glass artisans would be held on the Island of Murano [apparently to keep the glass recipe and production processes secret]. However, some glass masters escaped, traveling south in search of a more amiable setting. Eventually, the glass ...