locanda della posta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... over the mountains. It's all about the view!
Unfortunately it shares the same road conditions as the rest of this region, very narrow and very winding so Phillip could take advantage of the views. My attention however fixed to the matter at hand...getting us both to our destination.
Due to lack of space, I wasn't able to find a parking space in the centre or indeed anywhere near the centre. It was pedestrian only access to the ...
... by Giotto from the 13th Century and the room is packed. Five priest process out to celebrate Mass. It is in Italian, our third in a row. I swear I am never going to be and ESL student as you know what is going on but you don't have the ability to join in or understand what they are saying. After Mass we go down to the tomb of St Francis. We join a long continuous line of people wanting to see the tomb of one of Italy's Patron saints. As you enter ...
... waiting to be heated. The shop/gallery was full of beautiful pieces. We managed to limit ourselves to one plate and a small oil pourer. Both are being freighted directly home.
It is a long ascent from the Funicolare up winding, narrow cobble stoned passages lined either side with various shops and some really lovely shops. I couldn't resist the Cashmere outlet, again famous in this region. I did, however resist the most beautiful ...
... best pasta. After our meal I joined the group walking up to St. Francis' hermitage. I spent some time up there and walked around through the woods before heading back down to town. I made it in just as it started to get dark and walked around some of the little shops before they close. It's been such a long day that I opted for a shower and nap before dinner. I'm so exhausted I'm opting for watching some movie and then bed. Buona note e baci dalla ...
... and watched as many of the town's Uni Students graduated, with their ivy coronets and bouquets of red roses, plus lots of popping corks and cheers from Nonna and Pops all over. As we sauntered down towards the bus back to Spello, we still find ourselves amazed at the shops and the food they present. We went inside a tiny little 'deli' looking shop, decorated in early 'boar' (big in Umbria, boars are). The owner insisted we try a little 'aged boar' - a delicacy she says. Looks ...