Agriturismo Le Cinciallegre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... road sense. The GPS took us all the way to the Europcar drop off that was very close waking distance to the terminal. There were some small dings on the back courtesy of the person who nudged the back of me at high speed and sped off without stopping; lucky I took out insurance to cover any damage. We have done so much driving in narrow streets not designed for cars that in hindsight I should not be surprised that I would not get away ...
... back on the bus.
The Italians are spending money on their roads, they need a little tlc, as a consequence the sent us down what is similar to our back roads, just as well only 1 way, crikey, anyway the concrete bridges they have put in makes Arthurs pass look tiny !, back up above again & cruising on the auto strassa.
Arrived in Assissi, a typical medieval town up on a hill, with a wall ...
... that was no surprise. Lovely speeches, huge and many food courses and very nice wine. The cellars had three levels, with the basement having roman bases and carvings. On the middle cellar level there was also the customary table set for Romeo and Juliet in case they called in. Got back to our digs at a reasonable time and so we all scoured our rooms for whatever drinks we had and ended the night in very happy spirits. A most enjoyable family wedding, set to be repeated in Perth after ...
Love the Italian trains!!! Supposedly a 1.5 hour trip but 10 minutes out from Verona, the countryside started to look very urban and asking a local, found we had arrived already and a great flurry of cases saw us finally on the platform . Good feeling to get in the car with our own GPS and headed out of town to our accommodation At Agriturismo ...
... to helping the disadvantaged. His parents thought he was crazy, and even locked him in a very small room to learn his lesson. After his Mother relented and released him from this captivity, Francis continued to live among the poor bringing mercy, joy and humility to those he encountered. Francis was declared a Saint in 1228, just two years after his death.
The Basilica consists of two churches: one built in 1228-1230, above ...