Monopole de la Gare
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... the miles ticking away quickly and by mid afternoon Pavia was within reach giving 153km for the day.
Incidentally, there is a connection between the Cisa pass and the Ferrari motor company. According to various hits on Google Enzo Ferrari started his racing career there and had a love affair with the road. It is rumoured that prototype cars were tested there by the ...
... still holds many mysteries for me, but there is one thing that is immediately obvious: their hospitality. In the street, strangers will rarely acknowledge your existence, but if they know you, they will bend over backwards to do absolutely anything for you, no matter the imposition to themselves. They gladly open their homes and rearrange their lives to accommodate family, friends, or even friends of family. The lengths they will go to knows no ...
... but is still easier than the track down from the main road to the apartment. Wendy makes a fabulous salad and we take ourselves and the food and beer down to the garden where we enjoy an excellent lunch. The afternoon then is spent lounging around enjoying the sun and the view. Dinner we eat in - Liz has made spaghetti which is great and the wine we bought in Bellagio sets it off beautifully. In the end a very pleasant end to a rather tough day for us ...
... the magnatomy of their achievements stands the test of time, even if the statues and temple s have not.
Rome in it's current form is , IMHO, less than awe inspiring. Many part s of the city have been graffitied into submission, and others were so degraded, Colleen and I drew comparisons to the Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. Rome seems to teeter on the brink of developing world infrastructure.
But, to misquote a very ...
... beautiful. The lighting was incredible. We walked around for awhile and then left, heading for the gardens that connected this Basilica to the Basilica di Sant'Eustorgio.
The trees in the garden had yellow leaves and reminded me how I've completely missed autumn this year. We made it to the church and went inside. It was larger than the other Basilica, and had "lay ministers" walking around. I even saw one put on his ...