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Welcome to the Leadership Retreat Orientation Angelo Vasta, Teri Wagner & Kris Hipp The CSU Boardroom May 19, 2008 5:00-7:30 p.m.


Travel to Rome •

Travel by Delta to Italy

Leave Sunday, July 20 on Flight #8163 Chicago O’Hare at 3:25P

Arrive in Rome (Fuimicino Airport) on Monday, July 21 at 7:55A

Travel by Delta to Chicago

Leave Tuesday, July 29 on Flight #33


Before your departure • • •

Important Documents What to pack Italy Travel and Safety Tips


Important Documents •

Valid Passport

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Before you leave, make sure to make two copies of all the above information. Leave one copy with someone back home, and place the second copy in a location separate from the originals


How should I pack? •

If you don't want to wash anything, make sure you bring enough clothes for two changes a day. Once in the morning and once before dinner.

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Another option is to bring only half of what you need and pay to have your clothes washed about half way through the trip.


How should I pack? •

Bring a good pair of walking sandals or shoes for the day and one pair of nice, but comfortable sandals for evening. Bring a pair of flip flops for the room.You may want to pack an extra little purse for evening, too. Maybe a little shoulder purse.

Don't forget to pack meds, and other toiletries, but try to bring only as much as you'll need.

Whatever you pack, make sure it's in a suitcase with wheels.Very important for longer trips. And leave room for souvenirs.


Using electronics in Italy •

All Europe has 220-240 volt, 50 cycle alternating current, therefore if you plan on using anything electrical, don't forget to bring a European converter. You can buy one online or at your local BestBuy or Radioshack

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Do not use anything with a heating element over there, such as a hair drier or iron unless you also have a transformer. Without that, you could not only fry your piece of equipment, you could blow out the electricity in the hotel and that would not be good.


Italy Travel & Safety Tips •

Getting Euros from ATMs machines Look for an Italian Bancomat with the affiliations you need (cirrus, plus, etc.) In Italy, Bancomats are clearly marked and are found outside banks Once you insert your card, you will be prompted to choose your language. English will be one of the choices. Then you'll enter your 4 digit pin number. You'll be then presented with a number of choices for withdrawal. Choose the one that suits you. Get your money out, you're all set.


Italy Travel & Safety Tips •

Words to the wise While you're unlikely to be a victim of violent crime in Italy, Remember, use the same common sense you would use in a big city anywhere in the world. In crowds, such as on Rome's metro, it's better to carry your pack or purse in front of you where you can easily see it. Always be aware of your surroundings and don't put your purse, day pack, or camera where someone could snatch it. If you have zippers on your purse or pack, be sure they're closed. Taking these precautions could save you time and trouble.


Day 1: Welcome to Italy! • • •

Arrive at Fiumicino Airport in Rome Collect your luggage & go through customs Travel by private bus to Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve


Day 1:Villa Pieve

• Arrive at the Villa and meet the family •

Review the schedule and Franciscan cultural experiences

• Course overview* •

The 1-2 For-Credit option to be applied to Ph.D. credits

• Cena


Meet the Family


Meet the Family


Meet the Family


Meet the Family


Meet the Family


Meet the Family


Meet the Family


Meet the Family


Day 2: Assisi •

Santa Maria degli Angeli/Porziuncola and the Rose Garden

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Basilica of St. Francis Piazza and free time Return to Villa Pieve Dialogue*


Santa Maria degli Angeli


Santa Maria degli Angeli


Santa Maria degli Angeli


Santa Maria degli Angeli


Santa Maria degli Angeli


La Porziuncola


La Porziuncola


La Porziuncola


La Porziuncola


La Porziuncola


Basilica of Saint Francis


Basilica of Saint Francis


Basilica of Saint Francis


Basilica of Saint Francis


Basilica of Saint Francis


Basilica of Saint Francis


Basilica of Saint Francis


Basilica of Saint Francis


Basilica of Saint Francis


Basilica of Saint Francis


Free time in Piazza & Shopping


Free time in Piazza & Shopping


Free time in Piazza & Shopping


Free time in Piazza & Shopping


Free time in Piazza & Shopping


Return to Villa Pieve


Day 3: A Day at the Villa • • • • •

Structured activities and dialogue* Guests: Marco Buitoni & Alessandro Pardi Walking tour of Corciano – free time Guests: Alba Asfalti & Cristina Baldoni Cena


Walking tour of Corciano


Walking tour of Corciano


Walking tour of Corciano


Walking tour of Corciano


Walking tour of Corciano


Walking tour of Corciano


Walking tour of Corciano


Day 4: Perugia • • • • • •

The Underground City - Rocca Paolina University of Perugia – Medieval Botanical Garden with reflection and dialogue* Piazza and free time Walking tour – Great Fountain, Roman Aquaduct, Etruscan Arch Bus back to Villa Pieve Cena


Perugia - Rocca Paolina


Perugia - Rocca Paolina


Perugia - Rocca Paolina


Perugia - Botanical Garden


Perugia - Botanical Garden


Perugia - Botanical Garden


Perugia - Botanical Garden


Perugia - Botanical Garden


Perugia - Botanical Garden


Perugia - Walking Tour


Perugia - Walking Tour


Perugia - Walking Tour


Perugia - Walking Tour


Perugia - Walking Tour


Day 5: Cortona • • • •

Morning on your own

Cena at Tonino’s

Cortona: Walking tour – Duomo, Art Museum Piazza and Free time Le Celle – 1211 Franciscan Hermitage – converse with a Franciscan theologian – dialogue and reflection*


Cortona - Walking Tour


Cortona - Walking Tour


Cortona - Walking Tour


Cortona - Walking Tour


Cortona - Walking Tour


Cortona - Walking Tour


Cortona - Walking Tour


Cortona - Walking Tour


Cortona - Walking Tour


Day 6: Return to Assisi • • •

Basilica of St. Clare, San Damiano

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Return to Villa Pieve

Free time Dialogue with members of the University of Peace Studies and faculty from University of Perugia at “Eremo delle Carceri” – Reflection Guest: Maria Rosi


Day 7: Sustainable Family Businesses

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Mass in Corciano (optional)

Deruta: Grazia – Ubaldo Grazia – 500 years old

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Torgiana – Lungarotti Winery and tasting

Massa Martana: Angelatoni – Roberta Angelatoni – Italy’s highest tech factory

Return to Villa


Day 8: Lago Trasimeno • • •

Ferry to Isola Maggiore

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Free time and packing

Free time Tour Mancianti – olive press company for museum and oil tasting on way back to Villa Pieve Gala Cena


Day 9: Fly to Chicago

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Leave Villa Pieve at 4:30am Return to Chicago


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