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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... Not only did I got to spent It with three of my favourite people, we also had Roith -who we nicknamed James Dean- who was an indispensable addition to the whole weekend and who I’m really happy to have met.
So yes, life in Perugia is still pretty fun. Too much pizza and gelato, wandering around Perugia, dinner parties, great people and lovely Italian life. It all turned out better than I ever thought it would.
... he made us chai tea which was phenomenal! After yoga, we walked back up the hill for our cooking class where we made a three-course lunch: bruschetta, pasta, and a delectable chocolate and pear dessert. You can already tell what my favorite part was, but it was awesome to see everything get made from scratch! I had no idea how to make pasta before, but now I do and it wasn't that hard! Eggs and flour through a couple machines makes some magic pasta! ...
... 5 days. Every place we visit is built on top of the highest hill they could find in the area, with the car parks at the bottom of the hill.
We then went to Pieza for lunch, but it is only a small place and all the cafes were full. Jean and I had a slice of Pizza each from a take away.
Back in the villa now resting our tired legs and feet and waiting for drinks and dinner.
... is a small commune perched on top of a hill and surrounded by a high Etruscan wall, about 3000 years old. To get into the township you enter through large stone archways, and then walk or drive around and up the narrow cobbled streets. There are no flat roads here, all of them twist and turn up and around like a spiderweb on a cone....and the views stretch far across the Tuscan plains taking in Lake Trasimeno and many other tiny townships or communes perched on hills.
... was a huge gold structure of cherubs. The walls were decorated with massive artworks in a Renaissance style. I read the info board and the church was originally a pagan temple, then a church was built on top, but one of the Pope's declared the site fit for a cathedral, so the current structure was built. In the 13 - 1600's the artworks were gifted to the church. Amazing to be around things that are so ancient and still exist today. You ...