Hotel Villa Pambuffetti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... next morning, we headed out and made a stop in Orvieto. We had a
few hours to explore here but unfortunately, it was a Sunday so most things were closed. We did, however, get our Nutella crepe fixes in! We also were given tours of the Duomo di Orvieto which had breathtaking artwork on the outside but to my surprise seem very empty on the inside. Regardless, it was beautiful all together.
When we got back to campus, ...
... disappeared when I realized she only spoke Japanese and Italian and that we had to continue our conversation through google translate.
I spent the first week seriously doubting what the hell I was doing in Perugia. I could think of so many places I'd rather be, so many things I'd rather be doing. Perugia was cute, but very small. The classes were okay, but very easy and I had way too much time on my hands.
Luckily on the third ...
... we got a local guide to tell us a little of the history of the town and of Saint Francis. After hearing all the stories a lot of things started to click in. I then understood why Pope Francis chose his name. I understood and embrace my religion more by being there, something I thought would happen in Rome, but instead it happened ...
... We saw relics of St. Anthony ... His vocal chords, part of his tongue, and his teeth and we passed by and go to touch his coffin. The Basilica is absolutely gorgeous. We saw the University of Padua where Galileo was an instructor. It is the second oldest university in Italy. Today we drove to Ravenna and saw a basilica built in 540 AD and a mausoleum built 100 years earlier than that. The churches and other ...
... food can bring people together. The young man sitting next to me declined my offers of aqua but did not hesitate to tap me on the shoulder when he wanted is vino topped up! We detoured on the way back to Montefalco to see Basillica San Salvatore - which at first just looked like another church. What was quite odd though, upon closer inspection, the building had been constructed by bits and pieces of ruins 100s of years ...