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... it is a fascinating place, one of the most visited places in Italy. Short history : this is the birthplace of St Francis and St Clare whose remains are in their respective churches on the property. Assisi is a walled city on top of a hill (in medieval times they were always at war with other cities so they created a wall to protect themselves). Just outside the wall there are two escalators (I know, really!) to help the millions of tourists get up the ...
We stopped first in Ravenna today to see its ceramics and the tomb of Dante. The ceramics were nice but having seen the Blue Mosque eand Hagia Sofia in Istanbul I wasn't too impressed. Supposedly Cole Porter was inspired to write Night and Day while there. We then drive hrough the mountains and then Umbria for another two hours to ...
Day 69 (Monday 19 Oct) Florence to Spello Train travel is becoming routine now, so I'll skip that part and go to where we arrive in Spello, a relatively small town in the Umbrian hills, early in the afternoon.. Michelle had organised this accommodation and had accepted the invitation by our host to pick us up at the railway station. So we walk around to the car park and find our host waiting for us.......in her two door Mercedes........with the car boot full of her stuff. ...
... signorina, and Martin and Noel suddenly seemed very keen to learn lots about the wines(!!!)
Next a day trip, in Ronaldo, to the Designer Factory outlets about 30 mins North of Florence. Not really one that the boys were that keen on , however they sucked it up and off we went. Susan found the Italian suede boots she was craving, and we had a silly shoe try- on session. I can't believe how high the Italian ladies ...
On our last day in Spoleto we were all feeling a little sad as the city had come to feel very much like home in only a short couple of weeks. We decided to take one more walk across the Ponte di Torre and head up the mountain to the town of Monteluco, which sits high above the Spoleto valley at an elevation of 780m. We weren't sure how long it would take, but knew that it would be a straight uphill climb, of switchback trail. Once there, we would be rewarded ...