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... We do not disagree. Unfortunately for us they were engaged in restorative work on the exterior front. The inside was pristine. The church is rich with paintings and frescoes. In fact Mike (aka Michelangelo) reviewed the ceiling and wall art before painting the Sistine Chapel. Bird is also especially impressed with the alternating black and white stone work. Rather surprising they could build such a structure in a fairly out of the way place during the middle ...
... high up on a hill about 600 meters above sea level.This uppity position over the valley offers a spectacular view from all over the town of the surrounding valley and even Lake Trasimeno, near little old Panicale.
The drive upwards to the main piazza of Cortona, is through a very long avenue of trees. They were spectacularly golden as autumn is fast approaching, and graced ...
... olive experience ,We have decided that our 2 olive tress in Perth are not enough .We are going to expand production , rip out the lawn and plant a grove ....However, When we woke up the next day ,after the harvest with every muscles aching (including our head from a bit too much vino rosso),we decided to rethink that one ,and agreed that the Re store in Leederville do pretty good olives also !!
Ciao for now until the next festival -Ros n Noel xxx
... us hey!!).Once you walk to the top of BagnoRegio, you catch your first view of Civita -the little crumbly village teetering on top of a layered cake , really does take your breath away.
After a "healthy" trek across the bridge ,you reach the main entrance. It is impressive , a huge stone passageway, cut by the Etruscans 2,500 years ago and decorated in the 12th century with a Romanesque arch. Passing through ...
... is not officially on La Via Francigena. It used to be the main pilgrim routeroute to Rome up until the end of the 12th Century when it became safer for them to go via Radiocofani, one of the stages of Archbishop Sigeric's documented route. I expect to get a bit of stick for straying 'off-route', but it is only a matter of time - to sort out 'rights of way' issues - before my way is designated an official variant of the VF route.
Today would have ...