B&B and Apartments CasaVeraOrvieto
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... clear, and as we started heading towards a gate in the city wall, it was apparent that we were no longer on our intended course. As it would turn out, we couldn’t have been happier.
I wish we’d had a GoPro mounted to the car. The tiny, winding streets were so wonderfully typical, and narrowed enough to provide something akin to a thrill ride as we squeezed through. With no real idea of where we were going, we followed what ...
... spots to eat! We loved being at her home and walking the countryside. Toni gave us lots of tips and spent time over coffee chatting with us on several occasions. Roberta, Luke's Italian tutor, was so kind to coach us in our Italian pronunciation practice and give us lots of advice.
We enjoyed our favorite meals in Orvieto as well. The best pizza we have had so far was at a little trattoria by the train station outside ...
The food is delicious here so we thought..."Why not learn how to prepare it ourselves?" We were introduced to a lovely Italian woman named Loretta who took us into her kitchen and showed us how to make pasta. Making pasta is simple, especially when you get help from an Italian chef! It was fun to help her make it and watch the process of putting together a typical pasta dish from this area. Loretta didn't speak much English but I ...
Celebrating San Giuseppe (Patron Saint of Orvieto) is a big event here in town. Celebrations go on all week end. Thursday night it begins in the Duomo with a service and then a parade down to the republica where the band plays.
We didn't know it was happening this weekend and yesterday we were pleasantly surprised to find ourselves smack dab in the middle ...
... Bolsena is a beautiful crater lake formed by the eruption of Mount Vulsini. Besides being a lovely recreation area, it is famous for the miracle that happened here in 1263 when a German priest was celebrating Holy Mass. Blood started to seep from the consecrated Host. The blood stained cloth was then brought to the Pope in Orvieto. The cloth now lies in the Duomo ...