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... be redone. Whatever natural damage occurs, it has to remain that way, The town is quaint with shops and restaurants, winding roads, steep steps going up the hill. Coming from a country that is not very old, it was fascinating to see structures from before the time of Christ, to the 12th century mixed with modern time construction. Hard to believe that there will be another place more impressive than Assisi other than the Vatican! After Assisi, we traveled to ...
... smaller . It is a really delicate smell and taste and not as pungent as its black sibling. They are only fresh for about a week after being unearthed. So, next time you go to a fancy restaurant in Australia and get tempted to fork out for "fresh" truffle, you are being conned!!
There are several Truffle festivals in Umbria , we chose ...
We stopped first in Ravenna today to see its ceramics and the tomb of Dante. The ceramics were nice but having seen the Blue Mosque eand Hagia Sofia in Istanbul I wasn't too impressed. Supposedly Cole Porter was inspired to write Night and Day while there. We then drive hrough the mountains and then Umbria for another two hours to ...
... metres above sea level. So most of the towns in this region were built high up in the hills. As a result Assisi and the fort itself have stunning 360 deg views of the Umbrian landscape, and would have been an imposing structure for an invading army. We climbed the two watch towers, which are connected by a 105 metre tunnel inside the wall, and standing at 500 metres above sea level, where I could easily see the horizon 40 kms away, the views were breathtaking. The ...
... so far and really appreciate all those I've met up until now, whether it be for an hour or for two weeks. A recurring conversation which many of the travellers seem to have is how important this experience really is. Every new person you meet opens up a little bit more of the world. Sharing knowledge and experiences is so important to us all that we actually take time to 'really listen' to eachother's conversations. For this reason ...