San Crispino Historical Mansion
Travel Blogs from Assisi
... and a series of frescoes depicting his life. You may kneel
before the crucifix from which Jesus spoke to St Francis, asking him to
rebuild His church. It was in St Mary of the Angels Basilica where St
Francis spent most of his life. Here we visit the Chapel, Portiuncola,
the rose bush, and the cave where the saint retired for prayer. Stroll
the medieval streets of the ...
... and un Giappenese. We had two young male teachers who spoke in Italian for most of the time, English was greatly discouraged.
After class I went in search of a bancomat that would actually dispense me some money - the fifth one I tried worked but I could not withdraw as much as I needed - talk about frustrating! At one stage I went inside a bank to ask for assistance but the woman said she could not help me, I had to use the ATM. Getting inside ...
... region, on the western flank of Monte Subasio. It was the birthplace of St. Francis, who founded the Franciscan religious order ...
Biggest downer of the day was that I lost my phone for about three hours, but someone was looking out for me because someone in the group behind us found it and gave it to the ISA leaders! Phew! Saint Catharine is the patron saint of television because she had so many vision so it is the ...
Assisi was another quaint little Italian town. We arrived fairly early in the morning and walked through the town to the Basilica di San Francesco. The town was so quite and peaceful at this time and the scenery was perfect. It was a bit cold, but the sun was shining bright and kept us warm. With all the rain we had during the first week, it was great to finally soak in the sunlight and warmth.
The Basilica di San Francesco was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed