- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Drove into Perugia today. The underground city is blocked off at the moment so we could not visit it. We walked around for a few hours and we went to another old city called Todi. Went shopping and went home to Pablo's I played with Pablo’s microphone and he gave us some drum sticks to play ...
The traffic was crazy. Everyone toots their horn to alert others that they are near or coming through or to get them to hurry up etc, they seem to know the unwritten rules of the road and get to their destination safely. They park anywhere, on corners,at angles to the curb etc Everything is or was covered in marble in Rome. On our tour with the local guide she told us about how much of the marble was stripped off buildings over the centuries. Don rested ...
... silent for 23 hours a day in solitude in their room. They also produce this 90% proof liqueur that we tried at dinner. In their chapel there were angels faces carved into the seats and underneath the seats when lifted up show the different devil faces. The girl giving us the tour works at the local restaurant that provides the monks with their daily meals. They also have lay people to help with upkeep. Our meal at the ...
... perched at the pinnacle of the mountain. A very well maintained and attractive village. The tourist information centre was definitely shut, as was the castello, though that did promise to open several hours later. Retired to the local cafe to rethink our day. Noticed a very eldery gentleman snoozing at a table in the corner. Papa. The bartender's beloved papa. Asking about his age of the bartender, the conversation ...
... As usual, the fortress had been modified, and some of the earlier foundations were still visible. Due to its shape and location, it had been used in an Italian film. All information relating to this was, needless to say, only in Italian. Obviously a popular location for school excursions, as there was one group touring le Castella, while another group was on a boat cruising the shoreline......all long lost family!!