Borgo Della Marmotta
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... catching a flight to Berlin and hang out there for a bit, but other brilliant ideas are definitely welcome. Luckily it’s going rather well with my uni applications. So far I’ve received four unconditional offers and had my UCU interview, which was ridiculously easy.
So although it occasionally gets somewhat repetitive here, that doesn't mean nothing has happened in the last month. I moved on to A2 (which is still super easy) ...
... over easy egg on it. From there we had an hour to shop before we had to return to school. Even though I'm not Catholic I got a rosary to get blessed by Pope Francis at the Papal Audience after the Ash Wednesday service. I thought the rosary was awesome because on one side it shows St. Francis, and the other, Pope Francis. My trip to Assisi was a great one, I just wish it could have been longer and more reflective. ...
... to mention all of the stores all around. Unlike Rome, Perugia felt less touristy which was a nice change from our everyday life. Our dinner was delicious, and we went back early to get ready for Saturday, which was packed with fun activities the entire day!
We woke up bright and early on Saturday morning and walked down the hill to Casa Yog for Yoga. It was not the typical yoga, but it was taught by a Yoga master which was pretty awesome! After ...
... s that… The next morning, we went to La Basilica Papale di San Francesco (The Basilica of Saint Francis) and it was beautiful! It stood upon a hill that had an overview of the city. We got a tour of the inside where we got to see this artwork of the lives of Saint Clare and Saint Francis. For those of you who know me, you know that I have not grown up with a religious background. However, all these visits to important ...
... hiking with just Evan and Taylor. We saw some beautiful churches (of course, it’s Italy), had lunch with a philosophy professor who could tell us a lot about Assisi, went on a hike and agreed that we were very bad at getting lost –three times in a row we magically found the way.
My second trip was a three day trip to Rome. Me and seven Americans had rented a very nice apartment in Trastevere. I might need to mention that there’s ...