Primavera mini hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... our awesome double decker hotel room and then were given some free time to explore the town. It was a cute little town that was small and (obviously) filled with coffee shops, boutiques, gelato, and religious souvenirs. It was raining a little so Mairin and I did not explore too much but we did go out to see the view of the beautiful city. We also chose to walk in a direction which the road lead us to basically nowhere so ...
... Bay, so that was a great start. Great to shuffle with.
Assel [Kinky, Syria]: Just a super sweet and kind guy.
Trips, wanders and hikes
Perugia is perfect for wandering around, hiking and as a starting point for other trips. Perugia has plenty of beautiful churches, hidden parks and cute alleyways.
My first trip was a daytrip to Assisi. I originally joined a group of 12 Americans but ended up breaking of from the group ...
... br> The thing that impacted me the most was entering Saint Francis tomb. Just entering I felt a complete spiritual embrace. It was just so calm and peaceful. I sincerly wanted to cry! I don't know if it was because of happiness, but I just wanted to let out this amazing sensation that I can't even describe. Definitely unforgetable ...
... get the door to my apartamento to unlock, the door handle barely turned. I spent several minutes mucking about with it before I texted Maria for assistance. But then I turned the key and handle at the same time and voila, it opened :). I felt like an idiot, but hey :). Maria doesn't eat breakfast and there was no sign of Luigi but Anna sat with me at breakfast for a short time. I had two small biscottate with chocolate spread and peach conserve, which ...
... always a bit hesitant initially, if the truth be told, but fall in step quickly after a few meals!). We’ve had the opportunity to see friends we’ve met here over the years and to make new ones. As in most retreats it is interesting to see the group form, storm, conform and reform over the days. They “hit the wall” a couple of days ago and, as an outsider, it was nice to see them beginning to look and experience refreshment and renewal. ...