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... how long it took to make these with such precise detail. They are said to be the best Byzantine mosaics outside of Turkey.
They have been preserved really well and are still shimmering and glittering in all their glory.
My favourites were the amazing midnight blue and gold mosaics in the Mausoleo Di Galla Placida. It is a really tiny mausoleum in the grounds of the very fancy Basilica Di San Vitali . The exterior is ...
... at a near by cafe to have some wine and watch the Bollywood movie that was playing. It was a nice way to relax after a day of travel. The next day, we walked around Bologna enjoying the streets and churches of the town. We planned to take the train to Ravanna. Ravanna is a small town near the north east coast of Italy. Jess wanted to go there because she liked the name of the town. We were interested to see what the town was like. We didn't know much about Ravenna,just it was ...
... stop was after 27km. It was hot and after midday. We gulped down some cold fizzy water, topped up our water bottles and hit the hot tarmac. We had the choice of taking a bike path or the road. It had been suggested to us that the road was very busy and that we take the safer option, the bike path. I took one look at the bike path, it was gravel - no way, so we stayed on the road. There was a bike path along the side of the road in ...
... easier said than done. There are wall to wall hotels but no restaurants out front. We found an Italian restaurant where we became the first customers for the night. The waiter attempted to interpret the menu for us.
Annette through that she had ordered a pizza on a potato base - wrong, it was a normal pizza with the 4 fillings in a quarter on their own. Mine, well I wasn't sure when the menu item was explained. He point to the palm tree out ...
... much that we thought we would bring the kids to experience it also. Unfortunately it was oppressively hot (38 degrees) and so humid the skies were quite hazy - usually you can see for miles. We still enjoyed going up the third tower and viewing the other fortress towers along the ridge. We then hit the shops. There is no tax here as it is a republic within Italy. We found out later that it is well known for shopping with ...