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... with us having wine and ice cream with their family. We could not thank them enough for taking so much of their time to show us around Paris. Good people FTW!!! My Mom and I look forward to returning the hospitality when they visit San Francsico.
- If you are looking to get away from the large tourist crowds, try strolling the Canal Saint Martin in Paris. The River Seine is a fun place to hang out and certianly worth a visit at night. Nevertheless, ...
Today was a relative boring one, due to the 5 1/2 hours we had to spend on the bus. The usual stops for toilets or lunch continued as normal. When we finally arrived at Assisi we drove past the Santa Maria deli Angeli, the church at which St. Francis started his order of Monks and eventually died. We drove for a few more minutes ...
... generation on stamina and commanding audience attention. He spent more time on stage than Lady Gaga and had the crowd in the palm of his hand. Lady Gaga was a true lady, changing about 6 or 7 times into some amazing outfits but thankfully not as outrageous as I have seen, particularly given she was accompanying a true gentleman! Soo pleased the girls had the foresight to book this concert before my arrival. A once in a lifetime ...
After we left Pitigliano we headed west to check out Orvieto. Just as we were approaching the town we came upon a lookout where we could see the town sitting up on the hill. Breathtaking view. Although not technically in Tuscany it is a classic example of a hill town.
We parked the car and wandered up some streets until we ...
After leaving Cortona we slipped briefly out of Tuscany to visit nearby Assisi in the province of Perugia. Resting place for St Francis it was sombre to visit his tomb under the church there, however the rest of the town has been transformed into a religious tourist destination. What said it all was the carousel outside one of the churches that was adorned with religious motifs...note the Francescan monks in the background. ...