Agriturismo & Country House Villa Poggiolo
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... I feel hard pressed to see goodness in us at all. We hate, we break; we oppress and repress. The pantheon holds my face gently and lifts it up to see beyond our baseness; it extends a gentle arm around me and embraces me with goodness and beauty and truth. Hmmm. All that from a structure built of cold stone . . . wow.
The weather has been what the weather will tend to be in December in Italy. As Paul would say, I’ve just “allowed” ...
... of a vineyard area.......so much more to this story but not enough room. Drove back inland today, small winding roads into tiny towns, no one else on the road thank goodness, went through forest areas, olive tree areas, more walled towns, forts, vineyards. Saw landslide affected area from floods of 5 days ago, roads closed. Ended up at orvieto, dropped car off heading towards amalfi coast tomorrow. Oh no iPad s full so can,t upload any photos. ...
... I want to come back here! One of the striking things about Assisi is how clean it is. People here take a pride in the way their city looks. Very few dog poos on the footpath, unlike Paris. As well as their buildings they take pride in their food. We have never come across so many restaurants and cafes and pasterias. And the cakes! We had to exercise a great deal of restraint not to pig out every day, ...
... should be since it comes from Perugia).
The festival itself was small so my friends and I explored the corridors of the city for a couple hours.
Sadly, there's not much else to say except I saw a man playing songs from "Amelie" on his accordion and my heart melted. ...
... quite a laugh over dinner. One of them had a real soft spot for Mauro the driver, so we were laughing at hor mooning at him over her dinner! At every hotel we have stayed at, each time the food gets better and bigger. At this hotel we had soup, then pasta, then the main course and if you had room, some lovely desserts!
After a great feed we headed upstairs for a good night's sleep - we have a long day tomorrow - in Rome!
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed