Al Podere di Rosa
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... church of Saints Giovanni and Reparata. The building no longer functions as a church but instead is a concert hall for Puccini productions. Under the current church, excavations have discovered a 1st century BC Roman Church and prooof of 4 other levels of churches up to the 12th century. We climbed the bell tower (108 steps) and took pictures of the town, After leaving this quaint city, we headed to what is know ...
... hop off' boat service, so we later boarded another boat and continued along the coast and although we did not have time to wander the tiny streets, we felt that we had by far and away the best view of these outposts, clinging to the rock cliffs.
Another time we might have been able to spend longer but we ...
... across town to a quaint little restaurant situated right next to the Roman Aqueducts . These large, imposing structures were built before Christ,....about 2100 years ago. The restaurant was PACKED with people at 8:30pm. Families were everywhere. One thing I have to give the Italians,....they KNOW how to celebrate family,....and FOOD,....and I love it. We ordered MOUNDS of food, and laughed, and talked,....and shared photos with each ...
... The soprano ( looking stunning in a black strapless dress) and baritone entertained as they sang. Delightful. Neither of us are particularly familiar with opera, but the acoustics within the church gave their voices great depth and ressonance. Over the next 90 minutes, the audience was enthralled by excerpts from various Puccini operas.
... front of the church they had a choir singing, I shot a brief video of it. Weird...they didn't look like locals, more like tourists...not sure what that was about. I hit a cafe nearby for a Caprese salad and a Manhattan...one of my favorite drinks that I've only had 3 times in Europe. The next stop was San Frediano, which had a beautiful mural out front right over the main entry. I liked this church more than the cathedral in Pisa, as ...