Valle di Assisi Hotel & Resort
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... it was leaving that very moment. We ran outside to see it departing on its way to Perugia. So now we had to wait another 45 minutes for the next one. We didn’t miss that one, but got back to the hotel well after dinner had been served. Good thing we had had a big lunch!]
So now I’m sitting on the train headed to Rome. It is a beautiful, sunny day. Because of the feast of the Immaculate Conception it will be a bit crazy around the Spanish ...
This morning we leave Assisi for Florence, with a certain sense of sadness. It has been a very precious time, of walking, eating, talking, reflecting and being. We have loved our hotel with its superb views of the city. It is ideally located, hence it's name, Ideale Hotel. (Piazza Giacomo Matteotti, 1, Assisi, Province of Perugia 075 813570, http://www.hotelideale.it/). We have been able to walk ...
... busyness of our lives. We have also spoken to a number of people who seem to have a travel Bucket List of things they want to see and do. While we understand that most people don't have the luxury of spending seven weeks visiting just four countries we have increasingly tried to be rather than do on our travels. One of the sayings that has become something of a mantra for us, especially here in Assisi, is 'Trust your feet to take you where they need to ...
... just soaking in the atmosphere, wondering what it felt like for Francis to be called by God here. There are several statues in the grounds, the most striking of which was of Francis sitting looking out towards Assisi. It was here or close to here that he is thought to have composed the famous Canticle of the Creatures, in which he describes brother Sun and sister Moon. Later we sat on the hotel balcony in the mid afternoon sun and just enjoyed being. With ...
... originally quite a small, modest structure, not the present imposing buildings. It is a peaceful, prayerful place well worth visiting. You can see the grotto of St Francis, which contains the stone he used as a bed when at the Hermitage. He was a Christian ascetic and quite ******* himself and others. His commitment to poverty led him not only to regularly beg for food, but also to fail to eat properly, which almost certainly led to his death at the age of 42. We had been told it was a ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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