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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was an molten maze of emerging and collapsing city states; some no larger than a contemporary U.S. county. The Pope's whim was the arbiter of who ruled. Caterina was the regent for her son (Ottaviano), whose father, Giralomo Riario, was either the Pope’s nephew or son. She was the ruler of Forli and nearby Imola, by dent of that regency. Today the two cities are sizable and sit alongside E-45 (an interstate running across north central Italy from Bologna to ...
... Bonus! As it was still early in the day when we got back to the hotel, I decided to trek back into town to finish up visiting the last of the five prepaid site, the Basilica di Santa Pollinare Nuovo. This was a much smaller basilica than the ones I visited yesterday so not quite as glamorous but did have some beautiful paintings on the walls and the altars had their own bit of glamour as well since there's still a lot of gold involved. After the ...
Went to the beach next to the camping place which is just across the road. It is a bit ****. The water is cold and you have to pay for umbrellas on the beach. We walked for a few kms and played until it started raining. We continued playing in the rain on the swings. I made pasta bolognaise with my ...
Here we are in Rimini, Italy, a town ruled by the powerful Malatesta family. We met with some Venetian bankers over a type of flatbread that is covered with a variety of tomatoes and cheeses. After we decided on the terms of our deal, we headed to a port where we saw the marvelous spectacle of a ship with not one, but TWO masts upon its deck. While ...
... but closed) was built in the 5th century!!!!!! The dome was covered in mosaics - very lovely, and awe inspiring to think of them being 1600 years old! There was no-one else there, except the old man at the entrance, and we felt we had stumbled on a gem in a quiet back street (the main pedestrian mall, one block away, was teaming with people).
From there, we also visited San Giovanni Evangelista - the church was built in the 5th century by ...