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... I’ve left Paul to finish out the retreat today and tomorrow as I make my way to Rome. I’ve said my good-byes and am ready to re-enter the buzz and energy that is the Eternal City. Over the years we’ve enjoyed exploring new hotels in new parts of the city. Today, I am going to a hotel close to what I think may well be my most favorite structure in all of Rome—the Pantheon. It speaks to me of strength, wisdom, hope and vision. It is what ...
... valley, locals walking around at night pre dinner chatting in the streets. Places dn,t open for dinner till 730 so we have had many late nights lately. Starts to get dark at 4.30 so hate to see what it's like in winter. We explored volterra more n the morning then drove to San gimignano, we just called it jimminey cricket, another hill town with 14 towers left standing out of 72. The views from the top of a old tower area was great, nick was ...
Perugia. A cute and quaint town. However, I did not travel there to simply see old Italian buildings- I went there for the Chocolate Festival!
Who could say no to free samples of some of the best chocolate you'll taste. The "Perugina" brand was probably my favorite ...
... s a stunning and imposing monument but its most spectacular feature is its Gothic facade, which features glittering mosaics, marble relief carvings, and bright painted figures and glows golden in the sunlight. The interior of the cathedral is, honestly, nothing to write home about, but for one exception, the Chapel of San Brizio. Mostly painted by Luca Signorelli in the early 1500s, the entire room is frescoed with scenes from the New ...
To get from where the bus was parked to the top of the hill that Perugia lies on, you have to take the "mini-metro". The only way to describe this is to say it resembles a pod or a ski lift, on rails, that climbs up the hillside. Sort of what you'd imagine transport to look like in a few hundred years! But finally we were up at the top and after a small climb up a hill, from which there was the most beautiful view, we were there! ...
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