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A ****** sleep and an early mad dash to the train station (with enormous backpacks) started our day as we continued our adventure towards Roma. We soon discovered that the 'eurail' pass only covers the 'turtle paced' regional trains (in Italy not Germany) and to go on the 'super dooper' fast ones a reservation is needed i.e. to pay extra money. Yes …
Early start off to Venice traveling through the flat plains of Veneto and across the Apennine Hills. Drove through some magnificent scenery of the Tuscan countryside arriving in Rome late, dinner in a Rome restaurant at Havana square tonight after an orientation of Rome by a local guide. Late back to hotel for a night cap with other travellers. Very interesting , but trying day.
... it was rebuilt after the 1908 earthquake and now is a crypt for local citizens who gave their lives in WWII.
Finally, he took us to see the 12th C Norman Romanesque Cathedral, Treasury and adjoining Bell Tower. The bell tower was built in 1733 and houses what is believed to be the world’s largest and most mechanical clock. A roaring lion, a crowing rooster and numerous biblical figures spring into action at the stroke of noon. We ...
... in 536 by the Goths; the Aqua Virgo was repaired in 1453 and a fountain was erected shortly afterwards. In 1629 Pope Urban VIII commissioned Gian Lorenzo Bernini to build a bigger, better fountain, but before work got underway the pope died and Bernini’s plans were shelved. In 1730 Nicola Salvi won the competition set by Pope Clement XII to build the new fountain and it was completed in 1762 by Giuseppe Pannini, who took over the construction when Salvi died. ...
... I'm sad to leave Florence, but I will be back one day! Rome is a busy busy city. It's the biggest city I've been in so far and there are people everywhere! I got in a bit after noon and just soaked in the city. Tomorrow is a big tour day as I am going to try and hit all the hot spots in Rome! It should be a pretty eventful and tiring day! I am post pictures from Florence and the pictures I've taken thus far ...