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... I guess they wouldn't make it! A couple of earthquakes hit the town in the late 90's and destroyed about half the town. Only about 500 people live there now as most others fled to the valley to live in a safer environment. I attached a picture of a temple (with pillars) that dates back to the century before Christ. Unbelievable! It started as a Roman pagan temple and it is now a Catholic Church. St Clare (the Italians call her Chiara (K sound not ch sound which I ...
... most famous (in Australia anyway) for Baci chocolates. It was created to use up left overs of broken hazelnuts. The wife of the owner decided to batch up, add a chocolate centre, a whole hazelnut on top and then covered it in chocolate. The creation was originally called a "punch" because it looked like a fist, but the marketers weren't happy, and the wife decided to add a love poem and called it a Bacio – a kiss. ...
We stopped first in Ravenna today to see its ceramics and the tomb of Dante. The ceramics were nice but having seen the Blue Mosque eand Hagia Sofia in Istanbul I wasn't too impressed. Supposedly Cole Porter was inspired to write Night and Day while there. We then drive hrough the mountains and then Umbria for another two hours to ...
... joke there for Phil and Michelle). Dinner that night was at a local restaurant that had been recommended by our host, who had warned us that the restaurant owners English was not very good, and as it turned out that was a bit of an understatement. Their English was worse than my Italian, and that's saying something. So the four of us tried to interpret the menu as best we could, and the owners tried to help us as best they could, but by the time we had ordered we ...
... than we expect, because I accurately (for once) crack the one way streets code. In many places we cycle the wrong way with impunity, but in this place the traffic is too busy. This town is large enough for immigrants to have found it, and they, and other people who are short of cash and employment seem to hang out at the station, so we stay close to the bikes and the baggage. Out train is late, and the platform is changed while we wait, so we have to ...