Azienda Agrituristica Il Sarale
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... Not too sure about that one but it was quite a sight to see them hobble down the mountain after their feet had enough torcher. The hermitage was so peaceful and a nice change of pace as we got to be out in nature. Mairin and I explored the different pathways through the forest area and it was just an overall moving experience. After we got back and had dinner with a side of cold showers, Ryan (one of the directors of the ...
... It’s great to experience how I slowly am able to have short conversations and understand more and more every day.
The Asians sit on one side of the classroom (some of whom never even learned what the Latin alphabet is and therefore have no clue of what is going on). "We" sit on the other side; complete segregation. The only person who sits on “the other side” is a Korean priest. Besides a Korean priest there’s also a Korean nun, ...
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 ...
... with a series of pools and mini-waterfalls--packed with people! This is where the folks of Citta di Castello come to escape the heat. It's like a natural water park--except that it's free! There's no way I'm passing this up. I quickly change into my shorts. The only question is where do I leave my stuff. I put it next to an older man sunbathing and give him the universal gesture of "can you watch my things for me please?" He doesn't seem to get it. I figure ...
Piazza Gabriotti, where the Duomo and Council buildings are situated, is the most important place for anyone who visits the town. What we see now from the much reworked Duomo (cathedral) is mostly dating from the 18th century, with an unfinished 17th century fašade and the bell tower is in Romanesque style (13th century).
The city is enclosed by long stretches of walls built in the 16th Century. Unlike the buildings and walls ...