Agriturismo I Sassi Grossi
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... a groundhog dinner that was a refreshing taste of American burgers and hotdogs. Although not exactly the traditional UD groundhog celebration, it was nice to have a little taste of home. The night ended with a bonfire on campus but there were no smores supplies so that was short lived by Mairin, Barton, and I.
Just as a few side comments from the author, just in case you wanted to know:
The title “Best ...
... Bay, so that was a great start. Great to shuffle with.
Assel [Kinky, Syria]: Just a super sweet and kind guy.
Trips, wanders and hikes
Perugia is perfect for wandering around, hiking and as a starting point for other trips. Perugia has plenty of beautiful churches, hidden parks and cute alleyways.
My first trip was a daytrip to Assisi. I originally joined a group of 12 Americans but ended up breaking of from the group ...
... br> The thing that impacted me the most was entering Saint Francis tomb. Just entering I felt a complete spiritual embrace. It was just so calm and peaceful. I sincerly wanted to cry! I don't know if it was because of happiness, but I just wanted to let out this amazing sensation that I can't even describe. Definitely unforgetable ...
... the hillsides in beautiful hues. We arrive at Assisi station and catch a local bus the 5 km up in the hills to where the Monastery of St Francis is along with our accommodation Hotel Roma on Piazza della Santi Chiara. I scooped the pools and won big time. This hotel has spectacular views overlooking Chiara's piazza, over the half pipe terra cotta roofs to the plains below. We are on the third floor and the bonus is that it has a lift. The view, the ...
... br> I'm sure the driver of the little Italian bus will forever be telling his bus driver buddies about the day the English tourists refused to leave.
No time for picture uploading tonight I'm afraid, partly due to the fact the Wifi is on a timer (and due to run out soon), and partly due to the fact that it's Rome Day tomorrow and that means an early, early start.
EDIT - One picture now added.
Until Next Time,