Villa Pian Di Cascina
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... a lot of new faces. One of them was Greek/British Nick who soon was nicknamed Finick (short for Fitnick- likes to do pullups in our kitchen) and who was our driver on one of the next trips:
Friday night around 9 pm when Assel convinces us to go to carnival in Venice the next day. Twelve hours later Jasper, Elena, Orane, Caoimhe, Nick, Assel and me are in a Van on our way to Venice. Because hostels in Venice around carnival are ...
... over easy egg on it. From there we had an hour to shop before we had to return to school. Even though I'm not Catholic I got a rosary to get blessed by Pope Francis at the Papal Audience after the Ash Wednesday service. I thought the rosary was awesome because on one side it shows St. Francis, and the other, Pope Francis. My trip to Assisi was a great one, I just wish it could have been longer and more reflective. ...
... this dog that runs around sniffing for these precious truffles hoping to find some! For us, this puppy just shot in all directions crazily and we just had to follow him! And a truffle in the ground literally looks (and sometimes smells) like a piece of poop! It was one experience that I'm glad to say I've done, but never have to do again! Our last night at the agriturismo was a bug infested one! But at least when I was leaving, I got to see a beautiful sunrise! ...
... we got a local guide to tell us a little of the history of the town and of Saint Francis. After hearing all the stories a lot of things started to click in. I then understood why Pope Francis chose his name. I understood and embrace my religion more by being there, something I thought would happen in Rome, but instead it happened ...
... to this day. Artifacts discovered over time have contributed to the richness of its history. The narrow streets, cobblestones and laneways, as usual, define the old town, busy with tourists and locals. As in many European towns, pedestrians rule the night, with the streets here being closed off at an early hour for the safety and sanity of drivers, especially those with an errant TT.