Residenza San Pietro Sopra Le Acque
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Our first class weekend trip to Assisi (which also consisted of stops in Perugia and Oestera) was overall an overall success!
On the way to Assisi,we stopped in Perugia for about 4 hours to have a nice sit-down lunch as well as got to explore. Perugia is a highly elevated, cute little town that has two universities (therefore there were a decent amount of college students walking around. Of the three places that we ...
... then tried to hitchhike, failed, asked directions at a very sketchy building to then take an even sketchier train back home, it was a great adventure.
So long story short: I’m having a great time. Many amazing people, plenty of delicious food and lots of fun-filled nights. The thought of "Wait, how did I end up here?" has changed from being a negative one to a possitive one: strange nights out, gettin caught in snowstorms and other things.
... 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 ...
... full of amazing mosaics. After a few hours in Ravenna, we had a 3 1/2 hour driving through the Alps until we arrived in Tuscany just as there was the most magnificent sunset ever. Our hotel in Assisi is up high on the hill by the Basilica. It is a warming evening and the moon is almost full. It has been a truly glorious day. Cannot wait to see what tomorrow brings. Remembering you all in prayer at these amazing ...
... estate has 18,000 olive trees and produces 150,000 bottles of chianti wine a year. Our guide's name was Alexander, a studly young lad in his late twenties. Having had American and British parents, he spoke English quite well. He was very knowledgeable and explained the harvesting, and processing steps in great detail. It was especially interesting to hear about all the little variations and combination of factors that make the ...