Agriturismo Ristorante Calagrana

Address: Loc. Bastia Creti, 277, Umbertide, Umbria, Italy | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Loc. Bastia Creti, 277, Umbertide.
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    Travel Blogs from Umbertide

    Assisi

    A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Nov 09, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... there are candles that you can make an offering for as you take the candle. When you get in front of the tomb, there are baskets for you to place the candles in. They are not to be lit but they say they will be lit and offered. Sounds like a rort to me. I bet one of the monasteries uses them to cook their meals or to make coffee with. Given the Italian devotions and preference to this sort of thing, St Francis could be a major contributor to ...

    Confession, good for the soul?

    A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Nov 09, 2014

    4 comments, 2 photos

    ... br>
    The marmalade was a bonus and this morning P made himself his favourite, poached eggs with marmalade on the side.

    When we finally leave Panicale, we will leave extra tubes of Vegemite with our "host, Katia" as a special gift from two Aussies to the next Aussies that stay. We all know, no other nationality would want it!! Assuming there are any left, that is?




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    SOCCER & MONASTERY

    A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 08, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... in ‘12s’, meaning they could only have 12/24 or 36 priests at a time. Nowadays only 4 are left so wtf???..... Italy is having trouble attracting clergy also but this was a closed community. We saw the various cloisters and the priests had to pray in the church for 10 hours a day and then spend the other 14 hours in their rooms. Whilst quite spacious – their food was served through a little hutch. Not a life for Lina (or ...

    TBT 2011

    A travel blog entry by katiespellmeyer on Nov 05, 2014

    2 photos

    ... best pasta. After our meal I joined the group walking up to St. Francis' hermitage. I spent some time up there and walked around through the woods before heading back down to town. I made it in just as it started to get dark and walked around some of the little shops before they close. It's been such a long day that I opted for a shower and nap before dinner. I'm so exhausted I'm opting for watching some movie and then bed. Buona note e baci dalla ...

    Panicale remembers!

    A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Nov 04, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... intention. Aldo confirmed that Italy remembers end of First War on 4th November and hence the service.

    Like at home, each child read some lines from a prearranged script, showing their respect and the whole service was over in about twenty minutes. Shaking of hands, Italian kisses for each young school girl, one on each cheek, by Mayor, then they dispersed.

    We just happened to be there, it was lovely.







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