La Casa Di Campagna
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... be redone. Whatever natural damage occurs, it has to remain that way, The town is quaint with shops and restaurants, winding roads, steep steps going up the hill. Coming from a country that is not very old, it was fascinating to see structures from before the time of Christ, to the 12th century mixed with modern time construction. Hard to believe that there will be another place more impressive than Assisi other than the Vatican! After Assisi, we traveled to ...
... million Baci (yes, not a typo ....million) are produced here every day.
Perugia is the capital city of Umbria, a medieval city that remains almost entirely intact. It has a very large university so is buzzing with youngsters, is home to two huge festivals : Umbria Jazz and EuroChocolate ( more chocolate !! ). The theme for Eurochocolate was "The Moustache" and there was many a moustache shaped chocolate still ...
We stopped first in Ravenna today to see its ceramics and the tomb of Dante. The ceramics were nice but having seen the Blue Mosque eand Hagia Sofia in Istanbul I wasn't too impressed. Supposedly Cole Porter was inspired to write Night and Day while there. We then drive hrough the mountains and then Umbria for another two hours to ...
... to visit Assisi, which is one train stop down the road. Assisi's main claim to fame is that it is where St Francis spent much of his life and is, in fact, buried there. It is also a historic town, founded by the Romans and following much the same story as many other Italian towns of its size; ruled by the Romans around the turn of the previous millenium, conquered by various tribes through to the Middle Ages and heavily influenced by the Roman Catholic Church. We ...
... old town, which is crowded and some people are in costume. The different quarters of the town are decorated with banners. The centre of this town is a gem, but it is surrounded with an ugly sprawl of autostrada and unattractive commercial buildings. We emerge from it on a side we don't recognise. An Italian who speaks perfect English gives us directions, and save for a a short excursion to a rural dead end, our journey to Bevagna is uneventful. We remember how to get ...