Holiday Inn Salerno-Cava De' Tirreni
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... I guess "reaching out" to the next generation which no longer feels the appeal of boring church masses… This is something I would expect to see in the USA where all kinds of strategies are used to make religion a bit more “hip” for the next generation… but not here in Italy—interesting sight though.
And with that, I head back to Napoli where I enjoy a very well deserved, warm night’s ...
Day 063: 3 hours, 5.0 kms
A bit further up the road is Nocera Superiore—and here I veer off on a wild goose chase following a sign to some Roman ruins, only to follow a twisting lane up along the perimeter of the town, past farm estates and ugly abandoned homes… but no Roman ruins… Finally I give up and head back, looking for the heart of the town. ...
... behind me for a strum session, then on through the town… past its respectable old City Hall and spacious plaza… past some high rise apartment buildings—something I haven't seen in a while. It’s almost comforting to see some urban life when it felt like I was getting farther and farther from ...
... 8212;with miniature houses, shops, castles—even Roman ruins. They're quite creative and fun to browse through, although can’t help but wonder what subtle message these are sending to people: that Jesus was medieval European—not a Middle Easterner and the Christian faith is European in its origins? Maybe I’m reading to much into this—but I guess it would make ...
... while he was digging a canal, but left it. 1748 a little bit
more was found, but no one realised a whole city was there, somewhere. By 1860
they realised there might be something special here and a Giuseppe Fiorelli was
appointed as the Grand Poo Bah to excavate and restore and preserve what was
discovered, rather than rape and pillage.
The plaster figures that we see
are a result of pouring liquid plaster into the hollows left in the ash of the