People often ask us, what do you do when you are in Italy. I come here to decompress, the life here is simple, unstructured, and beautiful. Around every bend in the road in this small town in Umbria there is beauty, whether it is an open door
a lane lined with blooming plants,
or the view from a garden,
Today Dr. C. and I did the first of our daily walkabouts, stopping at the bar for a cappuccino and cornetto,
and enjoying the view, then walking down the streets, taking photos of the sidewalk and balcony gardens just beginning to bloom.
The weather has begun to turn, and we will have a high of about 76 degrees today; perfect for walking, and relaxing.
Continuing on our walk, we saw the church of San Lorenzo was open. In the 17 years we have been coming here, this church has been closed, and the bells have been silenced. Today we were stunned at the beauty inside this church.
One street is known for its presepi, or nativities, and here are a few leftovers.