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Travel Blogs from Ravenna
... Battisteri degli Ariana, to view the first mosaic. The ceiling of this small baptistery was quite magnificent not only for its splendor, but its size. Our next stop was the Chiesa di Giovanni Evangelista, which houses an amazing number of mosaics. Some patterns, others depict animals (real and imaginary), as well as historic events. We rounded out our tour of Ravenna's sites with a stop at the Palace of Teoderico and a visit to the site of Dante's grave. Before ...
... we traveled through four different provinces today (Puglia, Abruzzi, Marche and Emilio Romana). We arrived at our destination, Rivazzurra, two blocks from the Adriatoc coast at around 16:00. We had no trouble finding our quirky, but lovely little hotel. We checked in and were on our way to explore the Old City in Rimini by 17:00. Being Sunday, we found parking close to the western gate of the old city wall. The main promenade - again pedestrian ...
So today we are back in Italy, slowly making our way back towards Venice :) It's Sunday so unfortunately the majority of the shops in Ravenna where closed. I've spent the day with my good old cabin mate Tomi. We bumped into Veselina (casino) and Maria (reception) at a cafe so we joined them for a drink and to used the Wi Fi there. Afterwards me and Tomi took a little stroll around and can you believe it for the first time since I joined ...
... ticket that let us into the right basilica and three other museums. The mosaics were really amazing, the colors were so rich, even after centuries and the amount of craftsmanship that went into making them is just unbelievable.
Caught the 5:30 train back to Bologna, had gourmet hot dogs and wine for dinner at the apartment. Doing a last load of laundry, no dryer, so it needs time to dry, and early to bed.
Tomorrow, we're taking a food tour. ...
... honour of being the 3rd smallest state in Europe. It is officially known as the Most Serene Republic of San Marino and is reputedly the oldest surviving sovereign state and constitutional republic in the world, as the continuation of the monastic community founded on
in 301 AD. On the bus on the way there I met some British lads who were Interailing across Europe. They were big football fans as well, and were making ...
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