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... allowed for photography of any kind, so I don't have pictures from this part of the trip to post. We finished our short tour of Assisi up the main road lined with beautiful shops and views before heading to a delicious pizza lunch. It took me 20 years to try mozzarella, and it was a beautiful. If only I weren't a picky child focusing on my milk and chocolate! I got a delicious Carbonara pizza that had bacon ...
... the home seat of the Pope and very grand. They have re erected an Egyptian column that was redirected on its way to Constantinople and erected in Circus Maximus around 300AD and was buried and then found and moved to the Basilica around the 1700's . It is the largest in Rome and weighs 455tons. Returned tired after 8 kms of discovery. We spent the evening resting up for our time with Kaye and ...
... Not too sure about that one but it was quite a sight to see them hobble down the mountain after their feet had enough torcher. The hermitage was so peaceful and a nice change of pace as we got to be out in nature. Mairin and I explored the different pathways through the forest area and it was just an overall moving experience. After we got back and had dinner with a side of cold showers, Ryan (one of the directors of the ...
When we were on our way to Rome we made a short stop at Assisi. At first I do have to admit I was a bit fustrated. All I wanted to do was get to Rome as soon as possible. I felt like we were wasting our time by stoping at Assisi. Boy was I wrong!
Personally as a catholic, this was one of the most impacting experiences. When ...
... an A4 sheet of paper and good interpretive skills. The relics and artefacts housed within the fortress were very impressive and nicely displayed. These helped us gain a glimpse of the long history of this area. Then it was off to the bridge/aqueduct (no one can decide quite what it was built for) Ponte delle Torri. It is thought that the bridge was built over a roman aqueduct - and Richard totally believes that it was as he loves all things old ...