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... me of the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi. One other really cool aspect of the monastery was that St. Francis of Assis actually visited Subiaco a few years before he died. Since Saint Francis was a highly known figure in the Catholic world even during his lifetime, the abbot of Subiaco wanted a fresco portrait of St. Francis to be done during his visit. This fresco is the only depiction of St. Francis without the stigmata (since he would not receive it for another ...
... was so depressing. After that, we wandered around the outside of the Colosseum, opting not to go in due to the long line. It was a beautiful, sunny day outside, so we decided to find our way back to the Termini Station and purchase our Roma passes for our stay in the city. It was during this excursion that I decided to stop to look for some underwear at a shop along the way, as most of our laundry was dirty. Finding the right size proved to be ...
... sorbet wasn't the only local specialty vino we enjoyed. For Troy's birthday I had arranged a surprise full-day winery tour to visit one if the oldest vineyards in the region, which still has a portion of the original castle settlement from the 1100's; Castello Verrazzano. And, as we learned in the Czech Republic, Troy has a great love of castles and history. Nestled away in the hills of the Chianti region of Tuscany, it was the perfect way to spend the ...
After a little sleep in and our final breakfast, we set out down the now familiar path to the Trevi Fountain for a spot of last minute shopping along the way! Ok, so the silly fountain stuck on the back of a building down a lane way, may be growing on me! But just a bit.......... We follow the cobblestones, past the many ...
... was very passionate about her business.
After checking in, we caught the train to Riomaggiore (first
village) and wandered up the main street, it was very steep and lined with
cafes, shops and hotels. Then we waited to catch the train to the next town,
turns out the trains in this area are either late or don’t arrive at all, so we
caught the next train that arrived (along with everyone else who had been
waiting half an hour), ...