Abemus In San Pietro
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... Central Library, one of the two national libraries in Italy, which contains 4,126,002 volumes; The Biblioteca del Ministero degli Affari Esteri, specialised in diplomacy, foreign affairs and modern history; the Biblioteca dell'Istituto dell'Enciclopedia ...
... streets & I'm sure if we hadn't been on the tour we would never have experienced it. We then drove to a little farmhouse where the owners open up their home to us. We tried some of their homemade olive oil, green tomato jam, home made pizza and last, but not least their homemade wine (at 11.30 in the morn...) they were very friendly and obviously proud of what they produce and seem to enjoy having these hoards of people through, even their cat came out for a pat !! After ...
... work for the Holy Year of 1650 - well guess what - he didn't finish it in time! It would be 50 years before they got them finished - that's over time and my bet is they were over budget too!! In the centre aisle of the church, he left 12 alcoves in which to put statues of the 12 apostles. I took a bit of liking to St Thomas (see below)! Seeing the apostles all looking out and ...
... at what looked like a running spigot or faucet. It was randomly placed along the sidewalk. She bent over and drank the water! She turned to us and informed us that these were all over the city and it was okay to drink the water. Without giving it a second thought I walked up to that spigot too and drank some water. It was crisp, cold, and refreshing! My friends looked at me as if I was crazy, but eventually some of them tasted the water too. We filled up our water bottles ...
... the sort of place you would
expect to see her. Cows in the greenest pastures you could imagine
complete with cowbells. Typical Swiss houses, surprise surprise.
Fairy tale stuff. We went through the Gotthard Tunnel through the
Dolomite Ranges, the longest road tunnel at 16.2 kilometres. I am
not to be quoted on anything I write as I can't remember everything
including grammer and typos.
Swiss males train ...