- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> The brochure indicates that it’s an old converted monastery, and it was definitely different than the Courtyard in Rome. But it was clean and cheap, and only for one night, so not really a big deal. We dropped everything off and set out to find a late (for us anyways) dinner. I was really hoping to find a Bistecca Fiorentina made from a Chinina cow, and while I’m not sure if the breed was right, at least it was delicious (and huge). ...
... clown performance at a local theatre. We ended up as part of a large audience of parents and kids, and fortunately most of the performance was mime and Commedia dell' Arte style physical comedy. It was an entertaining show and we each had our own favourite moments from the performance.
We retired home to make a late Easter supper. Even after a day's worth of chocolate, there was still room for an excellent meal -- including lemon cake for dessert!
... the Church (otherwise, the materials were just torn apart and used for new-builds). We sat on the steps of the temple/church and marvelled at how many people over the last couple thousand years had sat on the same steps, leaned against the same pillars and had similar discussions about life, history and politics as those who sat there with us.
Despite the prevalence of souvenir shops and tourist groups (haven't seen that many ...
... of San Rufino, which is named for Assisi's patron saint who was the town's first bishop. We marveled at the medieval architecture--various elevations of arches, tunnels and cobbled streets that look like a movie set! We saw the Basilica of St. Clare who was a devoted follower of Francis. We viewed the Roman Temple of Minerva which was converted to a Christian Church in the ninth century. We loved ...
... the gorge and stands 76meters tall) to the old Fort (aka guard station). We chose to do the loop up the hillside and take the path which would eventually lead back into the west end of town. It was a well forested path, wide and gentle enough for easy walking. You tended to forget that the path along the hillside was supported by a giant medieval retaining wall. The kids enjoyed the 'exercise stations' that were located at different spots along our path, and the simple ability ...