Country House Le Vedute
Travel Blogs from Bovara
... year, star signs and mythical creatures. I couldn't make those out to be honest but it had very detailed carvings. We walked the corso vannucci which is the Main Street lined with shops and restaurants. Eventually we got to the end of the road were you get an amazing view of the rolling hills. We then headed to the highlight of the day... The house of chocolate aka the Perugina factory, home of ...
... To get to Todi, you have to take an elevator-like lift from the ground up the mountain. Todi is very small and very medieval. We explored the cobblestone streets and found a gelato shop where we stooped and ate in front of a fountain. We then walked around for an hour exploring the ancient streets before sitting on the steps of a church taking in the ...
Spello is a gorgeous little medieval town surrounded by stone walls. It is on the side of a hill, about 30 minutes by train from Perugia.
My American friend and I met a Melbourne man at Spello station and spent the beautiful fine day exploring this picturesque town. Even the cobblestone streets are colourful!
Inside Chiesa di Santa ...
Here are some of the meals I have enjoyed with my host family, shown in the order in which they were served (ie. usually one at a time)
Toasted bruschetta with prosciutto, mozzarella and tomato
Smoked cheese (hot) with (fresco) tomato (that was a a bit odd)
I declined dolce but we had fresh pineapple instead (very juicy, ...
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 ...