San Daniele Bundi House
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... wait worthwhile but I had conceded to the fact that I would once again be wandering a new city alone so wasn’t phased after losing them within the first 3 minutes. Even with half price student entry I wanted to make the visit equal to the wait. I think I was only there an hour longer than the others in the end but Justin kept me good company and we saw some interesting artefacts and some thought-provoking info was imparted on us. I quite enjoyed the contemporary ...
... so it's not surprising that olive oil is a major product of the area also truffles and apparently a cheese made from sheep milk. After lunch it was on to Assisi which is once again a wonderful town from the Middle Ages and built, you guessed it, on a hill. Most of the buildings are made from Sebastine stone which is quarried from the mountain behind the town. This is two types of limestone - a cream and a rose colour. Just ...
... One of the most dramatic impacts was that of the Great Dome which adorns the main ceiling of the church. Painted by Andrea Pozzo of the Jesuit order, it is in fact not a dome but an optical illusion or trompe l'oeil - a flat painting with a three dimensional effect. The fresco depicts St Ignatius being welcomed into paradise by Christ and the Madonna. It was absolutely breathtaking.
Beautiful altars adorn the interior as well as the ...
... We took the opportunity for coffee and a little snack. I had the most amazing hot chocolate - thick and creamy - mmmm! A little coconut tart complimented it perfectly.
Heading into the station, Mary & I sought information and purchased our tickets to Cinque Terra for next week. The queues at the station first for information, then for the purchase of tickets to an outlying area were HUGE! While we waited patiently, Lynda & Bill did the ...
... As so many people have been to Rome I’ll keep the descriptions to the photos, which say much more than I can in words anyway. Exhausted and sore from a fast pace and failure to utilise the public transport, I got some great views of the lit up Colosseum and returned to my base for another excellent Italian dinner and chat with my well-travelled and like-minded host.
Into town very early as Massimo off to Naples to see family. Left my bag in storage at ...