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... The Older church is no longer used but well maintained. It has exposed original mosaic flooring in places and frescos cove parts of the walls,. Some of these are in fairly good condition. There is a large wooden cross on one wall with somewhere below it where the locals can light a candle. It turns out that this is the Baptistry of the Newer church. The newer church next door is very ornate. A man is playing the organ so we do not take any photos or stay long. The TD ...
... br> having! As the oldest of the group, 29, was wasted beyond belief, and it
was much to difficult to take care of her, we figured she was old
enough to take care of herself and whatever would happen throughout
the night. My friend, Louisa, who invited me to the party, had many
friends in the club. She was running here and there saying hello and making new friends so as you can imagine, I did not ...
This morning was a lazy morning in Verona. We enjoyed an omelette at our favourite place for the final time (although this time we shared one- we had learnt our lesson yesterday!). Before wandering through the castle directly opposite our apartment, called Castle Vecchio. It was so old and amazing to be able to walk through and see Verona from this view. The river and buildings combo was incredible. We stopped for a few ...
... loved this city.
I arrived at possibly the most beautiful train station in the world, where I met Cristina before heading to her place.
One of the things I loved most about Milan was the graffiti and Street art.There is a lot of bad graffiti around the city, adding to the grungy feel I loved so much, but if you keep your eyes open you will spot some masterpieces waiting to ...
... rather been able to go in and afford to buy everything. Juliet's house (Shakespeare's supposed inspiration for the famous Romeo and Juliet balcony scene, although it was added in 1936 to con tourists into visiting), was stunning despite the crammed tourists in the tiny courtyard. We wrote our names on the wall in a section that had been isolated for tourist messages and graffiti. Of course there were parts of the old wall that people had chosen to scrawl over and ignore the ...