Hotel Windsor Savoia
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Windsor Savoia Assisi
Travel Blogs from Assisi
... 24 hour quiet hours,” sing Pitch Perfect songs out loud, and feel the need to talk about Dante/Plato/Aristotle and their pet bearded dragons ALL the time. Needless to say, we’re really enjoying the company here.
All in all, great first class trip weekend! This upcoming weekend is our first travel weekend where
we will be headed off in different directions; keep us in your prayers!
... Bay, so that was a great start. Great to shuffle with.
Assel [Kinky, Syria]: Just a super sweet and kind guy.
Trips, wanders and hikes
Perugia is perfect for wandering around, hiking and as a starting point for other trips. Perugia has plenty of beautiful churches, hidden parks and cute alleyways.
My first trip was a daytrip to Assisi. I originally joined a group of 12 Americans but ended up breaking of from the group ...
... we got a local guide to tell us a little of the history of the town and of Saint Francis. After hearing all the stories a lot of things started to click in. I then understood why Pope Francis chose his name. I understood and embrace my religion more by being there, something I thought would happen in Rome, but instead it happened ...
... me for the rest of the night and pretty much the entire next day. Luckily my loving wife was a wonderful nurse and took care of me as best she could, all the while I think secretly enjoying being able to stay home and have a day to work on a jigsaw puzzle and relax just like so many of our lazy Sundays back in Denver and Portland.
Luckily whatever had come over me seemed to pass that night because when we awoke the next day I felt completely fine and was even ...
... and flavoured pork is a local speciality and they serve it, as is, in a crunchy bun. Incredibly and unexpectedly delicious.
Still needing to pass some time, we drove up the mountain to Collepino, a small but perfectly formed village about 15 minutes away from our house. No cars can enter the village and it is like walking through someone’s back yard. We stopped at the café for a 'gran crème’ which is the equivalent of a coffee thickshake but ...