San Crispino Historical Mansion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... kick him off and finish the job myself. Then he got bored! Talk about gratitude. Anyway, Jo took him home and Bronte and I then made a tea candle lantern. All good fun and Flynn's stained glass looks really great. 29 August Last day. Pool action, book reading, kid wrangling, nice and slow, no car. To mark our last night, we decided to go back to Panacale for dinner. I thought it was a very risky strategy, given how nice it had been the other night. A hard act to follow, ...
... and a second course of meat and a cooked vegetable. Umbrian white and red wines and two desserts complement these elegant meals. Personal participation is encouraged, with the emphasis on fun. In addition to sharing the "art of cooking" and Tita’s home, we value the intercultural exchanges experienced during our lessons. Everyone gets a chance to tell his or her story.
We met Nonie down the road and followed her to Tita’s home ...
... either destroyed or buried but parts of the original buildings can still be seen and obviously, the area was built up over the following centuries.
Moving along, we stopped in the Piazza IV Novembre at the Fontana Maggiore which was built in the late 1200’s. It is very large fountain made up of 2 marble basins, topped by a bronze basin and has one of everything – an agricultural calendar, the signs of the zodiac ...
... mum, dad and 2 kids in their 20s) and a young couple from Holland and Germany. The company was great, food to die for, setting amazing, hosts charming. We didn’t want the night to end, but around 1am, Luciano drove us back to our apartment.
We had some lovely days and evenings exploring Spoleto. The town is a treasure trove of cobble stoned streets and alleyways. There are escalators to take you up to the hill to the 14th century Rocca Albornoz, ...
1. For some reason Richard had wanted to pop in here - we had debated whether we would - totally glad we did. 2. Being quite amazed as we drove in at the size of the church do Assisi and the town perched on the top of a hill (now there is a surprise!). 3. The contrast between the simplicity of Assisi (giving everything up for the poor) and the scale of the church built in his "honour" 4. Our crazy GPS leading us along some tiny narrow lanes just to get out of Assisi to the main road ...