Agriturismo Colle Degli Olivi
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... one night in front of one of the local bars). I think it’s safe to say it was definitely a success, although we might have blown the power and the landlady was not too happy with us the next day.
The great thing about Perugia is that it’s so central, which means daytrips are a regular thing. So on a Sunday- when Tessa was visiting- we decided to head to Umbria’s biggest lake: lake ...
The last part of our weekend excursion was our stop in Assisi. We started our Sunday with a Mass led by our American seminarians in one of the many chapels of the Basilica of St. Francis. After the mass we took a tour of the Basilica looking at the frescos that told the story of St. Francis' life. Then we went down to his tomb, that was a beautiful celebration of his life and his spirit. None of these ...
... he made us chai tea which was phenomenal! After yoga, we walked back up the hill for our cooking class where we made a three-course lunch: bruschetta, pasta, and a delectable chocolate and pear dessert. You can already tell what my favorite part was, but it was awesome to see everything get made from scratch! I had no idea how to make pasta before, but now I do and it wasn't that hard! Eggs and flour through a couple machines makes some magic pasta! ...
When we were on our way to Rome we made a short stop at Assisi. At first I do have to admit I was a bit fustrated. All I wanted to do was get to Rome as soon as possible. I felt like we were wasting our time by stoping at Assisi. Boy was I wrong!
Personally as a catholic, this was one of the most impacting experiences. When ...
... coincidence. Still to this day there are two very famous horse races that take place here called the Palio di Siena and from what we have heard they are incredible to witness. Unfortunately they happen in July and August so we didn’t have the chance this time around but after loving this little town and promising to come back to Tuscany it is certainly something we will keep on our radar for our next visit.
The next (and final) stop on our Tuscan tour was the ...