Travel Blogs from Foligno
... They are also bringing out baci covered in milk rather than dark chocolate which is 100%25 better. Perugina is actually owned by Nestlé and the factory is one of the largest in Europe. It was a really fun experience. We then arrived in chianciano at our hotel. After checking in we headed to Montepluciano. We walked around the town and found a nice little wine bar/restaurant to have ...
... a nice, long while. We then found a playground and, like the adults we are, stated swinging on the swings and talking through the flower telephones. We were having a blast but soon had to leave for Rome. It was a beautiful and fun two hour stop on our road trip back to Rome.
This weekend was full of traveling, mountains, and beautiful views.
... we saw Pinturicchio's frescoes on the walls and ceiling of the Baglioni Chapel. They are only illuminated for viewing when people pay (two euros) to view them to assist with their preservation.
We spent several hours outside at a gorgeous garden ristorante eating, drinking, talking and soaking up the sun :). Lunch consisted of Bruschetta ...
... with garlic and olive oil
Strawberries and cream
Pasta with truffles
Pollo (chicken) burgers
Lettuce with salt, olive oil and aceto balsamico
Gelato - three flavours with a cone
Mashed olives on crostini
Spinach and cheese croquets
Tomato, zucchini and eggplant topped with melted cheese and bread crumbs
Baked chicken with fried potatoes (cubes fried in olive ...
This weekend was one of traveling into the mountains! We took 5 trains, two buses and went to three cities. The first of which was a city in Assisi.
On Thursday, we traveled by train to Assisi, the home of St. Francis. We left bright and early at 6:45 to begin the journey. We took the metro to Termini Train Station and then nearly missed the two hour train to Assisi. Once we arrived we then had a thirty minute ...