Agriturismo Colle dell'Arci
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and what broke my heart is that when they brought out the
lions (sometimes up to 28 were used for a show) only 1 out of 4 lions captured
and transported would survive the transportation. Most died during transport.
Starvation, dehydration, poor care, shocking conditions. *******s took our
Anyways we had free time to walk around but it was so hot and we had seen
pretty much everything already that we all began to make ...
... called duomo Di Orvieto. Then we walked around Orvieto visiting the shops. I have had the best coffee in Italy so far here will real fresh milk!!! My favourite store in Orvieto was called Il Mago Di Oz. a lovely old gentleman who looks like geppetto from Pinocchio runs the shop and makes some of the toys. He make the shop magical by making the toys, musical carousels, light up and play magically!! He has the most amazing jewellery boxes that play 50 different tunes ...
... hours looking around and still didn't see anything, since by then my interest was waning. After the Sistine Chapel everything seems to pale in comparison. I thought the works of Rafael (or is it Raphael?) [It's Rapheal, dumbass] on the way were impressive, but that ceiling is jaw dropping. I've no clue how someone can conceive of a work that big, let alone spend four years of their life craning their neck upward to complete it. Hats off to that guy.
However, even ...
... we had had free champagne, fresh bread and garlic bread and the bottle of wine (we actually ordered) delivered to the table. After we finished our mains, Gannero (manager and bestie) arranged for a complimentary platter of deserts for us! We left overly content, and the meal cost us only €70! Ellen did promise to fill in a review of his restaurant on Trip Advisor. We told Gannero we would be back on our final night in Rome. Buona ...
... recruited by Popes as part of an army for the Papal States..... Recruitment is arranged by a special agreement between the Holy See and Switzerland. All recruits must be Catholic, unmarried males with Swiss citizenship who have completed their basic training with the Swiss Army with certificates of good conduct, between the ages of 19 and 30, and be at least 174 cm (5 ft 9 in) in height. Members are equipped with small arms and ...