Borgo Lanciano Relais Benessere
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... We join the throng filing around the tomb. It is a simple stone sarcophagus set in on open column with a simple iron grate above and below it set on a modest pile of concreted rocks. There is a simple altar in front of and below the sarcophagus. It looks like this simple, humble man's life has been respected and honoured in his death. You walk around the column in which tomb is kept. It has iron grates keeping the stone safe. People are ...
... nuns who we don't see) singing from another chapel. Their singing come through the speakers and many of the assembled people join in the chanting and singing. They call the page numbers and a kind man next to us shows us what page to turn to so we can follow the Psalm in Italian using a tune unfamiliar to us. TD sits there and is transported by either the singing, the red wine or both. It was a beautiful experience. It was a peaceful way to end ...
... best pasta. After our meal I joined the group walking up to St. Francis' hermitage. I spent some time up there and walked around through the woods before heading back down to town. I made it in just as it started to get dark and walked around some of the little shops before they close. It's been such a long day that I opted for a shower and nap before dinner. I'm so exhausted I'm opting for watching some movie and then bed. Buona note e baci dalla ...
... two, a little wet and dreary, we decided to walk up to the next town (a pleasant hour or so's walk said the tourist brochure. Hour's walk my **** (although, the **** is very grateful now for the complete work-out) - 3 hours and 8.5 klms later.....we actually had to flag down a bloke and beg for a lift back. Luckily Paul from Holland in his convertible BWM was most accommodating (or felt sorry the two hobos he found on the street) as the entire village on our arrival was closed. ...
... Monastery. A beautiful small Byzantine church is here with a cloister of 10 nuns who are mostly self sustaining. We had to wrap ourselves in "skirts" and Scott had to wear pants over his shorts. The murals on the walls and ceilings were fantastic. We spent about 15 min there and headed back to the ship stopping for 5 minutes at a fabulous looking smallish beach with beautiful crystal clear blue water. We were back at the ship ...