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... of great bankers from 13thC and sheep farmers. Medici dynasty the rulers of Tuscany showed great support for artists. Chianti full bodied red wine is grown in Tuscan region. One of famous wines produced in Tuscany. Many olive trees as well. Walking in Rome. Trevi fountain. Basilica Santa Maria. Used for Roman ...
... photos from a platform at the top. The one next to it had to be shortened a fair bit soon after it was built, because it developed a serious lean to one side. It has more of an angle than the Tower of Pisa, but is still standing. In the 1400's it is estimated that Bologna was a medieval New York, with up to 180 brick skyscrapers, and there are still a couple of dozen left scattered around town.
I did find a special little church on my travels, one that was founded ...
... spot just before the rain came down! At Trattoria de Noemi we had the regional pasta special - pumpkin ravioli - Capellacci Di Zucca which was excellent! We toasted my birthday with a nice bottle of C******nay Frizzante! We had a fun ride home after that! Kids were excited to ride home in the dark with their tipsy parents. We stopped at a little bar with a couple of old Italian men in it and finished the night with an Italian ...
Today we woke up and it was pouring with rain! It rather put a dampener on our plans to go over to Murano on the ferry. We got absolutely soaked through on the way there and Ziggy had a massive melt down about something or other. Not the best for window shopping the beautiful glass that it is famous for - so we ended up having hot chocolate and croissants! In a better mood we headed back to Venice to see ...
I've been in Italy 4 weeks now. The first few days were busy and jet lagged. First stop Milan Expo which is about sustainable living. I had decided WWOOF (WorldwideWorkersOnOrganicFarms) was the way to language immersion in Italy. Expo was a good introduction. Permaculture is the byword. I read up. I queued for an hour to get into the Italian pavilion. Thank goodness for gelato and a parade of people. It's presentation was over 3 levels. Dictionary in hand, I managed. ...