Hotel Al Cason
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... in the winter, a body could be used for up to 2 weeks, there was no natural light and for the first couple of hundred years, no windows. Can you imagine the smell!
The Bo University is also known for having the first woman graduate in 1678 anywhere in the world. She wanted to graduate in theology but the bishop would not hear of it so she switched to Philosophy to receive her degree. Off to see the Duomo and the frescoes and a gigantic wooden horse built in the ...
... on. Willow realised it was the feast of Pentecost so the candles were to pass the light. They sat down to enjoy the music. Every time the people had to sing, a delightful monk came to the front and conducted and encouraged the congregation, then sang the priest bits on his own with compleat joy. It really was a touching experience. The basilica seemed quite full with all ages of people and quite a few monks and ...
... we have some olive oil. Cannot wait to buy some bread and soak it in oil! We also found a supermarket!!!! Shock! I know! It was awesome! So much organic stuff and it was pretty big by Italian standards! We bought so much food!!!! We are going to be making breakfasts. After shopping we went and had dinner which was not great but it was very cheap and then we went and had a 3 flavoured gelato each. Cannot wait to explore ...
We get chatting to a young couple from Manchester who are visiting Venice for the first time. They too are waiting for their room to be serviced.
Finally we are told our room is ready and we gladly head up stairs. The concierge tells us that our bags will follow shortly. Gary breathes a sigh if relief, glad that he doesn't have to lug our suitcases up to the third floor ( especially mine, which is getting heavier everyday ).
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... br> Bo Palace, the University was founded in 1222. Gallileo was said to have lectured here. There is also a large Anato y Theter, and unfortunately, we missed the tour. The Cathedral of Padova, in the Piazza Del Duomo was built between 16th and 18th century and is adorned with beautiful statues, none of which we were able to photograph. The Baptistry that connected the cathedral to duomo dates from 7th century. I just can't get over ...