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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Perugia
... with tacky padded plastic covers, and lately digital ones interspersed with hundreds of other computer files. Now I have all my culled photos selected to support my memory, that now needs as much help as I can give it! The only drawback is the feeling that somehow I have gone over the edge and joined the Facebook tragics! Jane might be right where she feels I haven't an embarrassed bone in my body. There are a few tricks I've discovered with ...
... the basilica, down for dinner, this was basically a set menu
2. Vegetable soup or pasta
3. Chicken, potatoes, cauliflower & beans
4. Panaotta dessert
Went for a walk upstairs to see the sunset, Tim went down to the street, they were having some sort of youth activity & showing video onto the side of the basilica, glorious night, bed early long day tomorrow.
An easy lazy day getting ready for the late afternoon wedding. Drove into town for Jane to get coiffured and by then it was lunchtime so wandered around the corner and saw an impressive looking, busy restaurant called Bistrot with a Michelin sticker on the outside and filled with Japanese. One of our best lunches, and Jane's crispy seafood and vegetables was a standout. Huge wine list but we kept costs within reason by having the house wines that were nevertheless superb. Very hot and ...
Love the Italian trains!!! Supposedly a 1.5 hour trip but 10 minutes out from Verona, the countryside started to look very urban and asking a local, found we had arrived already and a great flurry of cases saw us finally on the platform . Good feeling to get in the car with our own GPS and headed out of town to our accommodation At Agriturismo ...
... in these caves and attached some of them by mining connections for passages as well as aquaducts. They had been there nearly 2000 years before they were discovered. There is still a lot of unknowns about how they lived, but it is a well done self guided tour. Orvieto was also a popular bolthole for Popes during times of unrest in Rome, and this vast deep well was available for use in the event of a siege.
After the caves, we are off to see Porta Maggiore, ...