Al Ponticello B&B
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... the fellow came to pick me up at the bus stop. Hey...I tried. Arrived at the inn and was assigned a cute little alcove room. It's actually not that little compared to the room I had at Milano Marittima so quite spacious for one person. Walked around town a bit and found the Coop (their Safeway), bought some groceries for hiking, went back to the inn and slept (still trying to get over my cold). I'll add pictures later as internet connection is not ...
So much to see; so little time. The City of Ravenna, known as the capital of mosaic, is entrenched with a lot of history. Walking around the city, I couldn't help but wonder what the soldiers from both World Wars felt walking down the narrow cobbled streets. How many of them might have walked past some of these same buildings only to never return home; or going back even further...how many Roman soldiers and Emperors have stepped on ...
... of the West Roman Empire for a while, during the waning years of the Roman Empire. Why? Well, according to wikipedia, because it was surrounded by swamps! Why would you chose swampland as the capital of your empire? Well, because it makes it harder to invade, and it seems that at this time in Roman history it was all about survival. Ravenna still has a good bit of architectural beauty--but none of the gradeur of Rome, Milan or Verona. This ...
... I walk to the end of town, and up along a long, high levee protecting the town from a large canal running next to it. Here I get a nice vie of the town... It hasn't been the most thrilling day I must admit, but I do feel I need to experience all facets of this region--not just the touristy big ...
... the police multiple times. I guess I can't blame him. They probably haven't seen a traveling minstrel pass through these parts since the Middle Ages. And my story that I'm a "tourist" "just looking around" sound a bit iffy in a village like ...