Hotel Parco dei Cavalieri
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Travel Blogs from Perugia
... reopen, and the town is buzzing again in the evenings. It's a different state of mind here, and while I do not think I would live like this for the rest of my life, it's a perspective I really appreciate and want to incorporate more into my own life.
Tomorrow, I get up bright and early to go to Florence for the whole day! I'll be sure to write about my day there.
Until then, ciao!
... like time for lunch in the main piazza. After some delicious pasta, a nice bottle of rosato and a coffee we decided to head for home and a quiet afternoon of relaxing ... But not before we detoured through a cake shop to pick up a little sweet something for later! Home now, and Craig is relaxing by the pool while I write these words. Tomorrow we drive to Florence airport to catch a plane to Zurich so it will be goodbye to Italy for a week and hello to ...
Monday afternoon I finally met my host parents. They arrived that day from Milan, where they had been visiting their younger daughter Nicola.
They are a wonderful couple. The woman's name is Ave and her husband's name is Luciano. Ave was born in Urbania and has lived here all her life, while Luciano hails from nearby Urbino, which is only about a 15-20 minute drive away. She owns a clothing and jewelry shop in town right ...
... on display in S Francesco. From Assisi we set forth for the nearby, un-famous hillside town of Spello. Spello is a beautiful, a traditional Umbrian hillside town and it was a delight to wander its streets and see it's unadulterated history. After a light lunch we decided that an hour or two by the pool seemed to be in order for the afternoon. Having done that, what else is there to do but have a glass of prosecco before dinner? Oh, and of course write a short summary of the ...
Skipping the usual introduction about idyllic sunrises over lush green valleys in spectacular Umbrian countryside I'll cut straight to the chase and describe our day in Gubbio! Gubbio has to be the hidden jewel in the Umbrian crown. It is a beautifully formed, small medieval city just down the road. You will recall we first encountered it in the flash ice storm the day we arrived so were not expecting too much! However, the stone streets ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service