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... wait for the kids but all the other Italian families were doing the same. The ferry was massive and the bow of the boat opens like a sharks mouth swallowing hundreds of trucks and cars. Precisely at 9pm the ferry left. This was a super highlight for Mitch as we had a 4 berth cabin for the overnight journey. The ferry was due to arrive into Palermo at 7am and you need to be up and in your car ...
... St. Callixtus Catacombs. We couldn't take pictures inside the catacombs, but they were fascinating. There were both burial areas, which were used by early Christians, and underground tombs for holding Roman ashes and later where they buried their dead. The structures are very well-preserved, as they are underground and not exposed to the elements.
After our visit to the ...
... small batches of olive trees. They put down fabric and then gently shake the trees. Whatever does not fall is then hand picked and it is all carted to the community olive press. This is repeated house to house.
On our journey we passed by the headquarters for Prada and Gucci as well as some of the giant mansions of Roberto Cavalli and other designers. These HQs weren't in Rome or even in a city center but instead in the rural outskirts of Florence ...
... roads. In the big tours areas they don't close so we forgot. Yesterday we went to Assisi and visited the Bacsilica which is very old and lovely frescoes. This is the birth place of Saint Francis and we saw his tomb. The buildings here are all made of a lovely pink coloured stone. Assisi is built on the side of a hill with lovely views over the valley. We have seen many lovely ills and olive groves and lots of fields of sunflowers so its beautiful ...
Sistine Chapel The Sistine Chapel was breathtaking and overwhelming. What a magnificent sight and we both just sat in amazement for over an hour studying the gorgeous frescoes hand painted over years by the finest artists of all time. It was a moment Kim and I will never forget. No cameras or phones allowed and everyone had to be silent. Photos could never do justice to this magnificent and sacred site. We climbed to the top of St Peters Basilica cupola and looked over ...