Park Hotel Ai Cappuccini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Room service
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... at least three stories high. Today we walked around Perugia which is our base. We had a guide(unfortunately it was Marco, the same guide as the previous day) I said to Emma "I will give him twenty euros just to shut him up" Perugia has part of it preserved as an underground city and was originally built by the Etruscans who predate the Roman Empire.Some of the foundation blocks of stone are over 2400 years old, and are not held together by ...
... 4 Australians buried there, it is kept beautifuly and was very moving experience.
We continued to the foothills of the Apennines we passed the Basilica of Santa Maria founded by St Francis himself
We ascend to the hill-town is Assisi a perfectly preserved medieval community of cobbled streets and warm pink stone buildings and lots of souvenir shops
We has a local expert to take us through the huge Bascilica of St Francis where the Saint is buried.There are two chapels ...
... and could read and write. His mother was French Upper basilica. So beautiful. Made me cry. The lower basilica the frescos were so beautiful!!! It was said that San Francis spoke the language of God and everyone understood him even the animals. At Francis signed his name with the Jewish tau from the Hebrew ...
... town. It sits on the edge of a cliff overlooking the Adriatic. As we looked out over the sea, drawing similarities to Sorrento and Rye we both felt a little homesick. I've never lived more than 5 minutes from the beach before moving to London. I do miss swimming, surfing and boogey boarding when the sun's out.
Afterwards we hung out at the hotel for a bit before we went for dinner at the same place as last night once it had reached a respectable time for dinner. ...
Piero della Francesca, Madonna del Parto at Monterchi, Tuscany .... we walked past so much of Sr Patricia's Art History ...