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... woman ,began to build their own chiesa, adorned with mosaics and add sparkles to those already there .Theodoro even built a few of her own.
The Ravenna of today is a small town , but has 8 Unesco world heritage sites of Byzantine mosaics. As we all know how I love glittery things so....it was on the list of " must do's".
No cars allowed in the centre and not many tourists , perfect for cycling , we found out ...
... but, I go to Shanghai and they have their biggest typhoon ever, we cancel Greece because it goes bankrupt, we visit an Italy that's incinerating itself under a heat wave, and now Turkey's starting WW3 against IS.
Starting to think, are the Ackman's a curse, or what??
A few words in your prayers tonight would be ...
... this in Comacchio, a seaside town on Italy's eastern seaboard.
The reason - this morning in Turin as we were loading the GPS for our journey, we discovered that, by the mere touch of the wrong button in the heat ...
... at a near by cafe to have some wine and watch the Bollywood movie that was playing. It was a nice way to relax after a day of travel. The next day, we walked around Bologna enjoying the streets and churches of the town. We planned to take the train to Ravanna. Ravanna is a small town near the north east coast of Italy. Jess wanted to go there because she liked the name of the town. We were interested to see what the town was like. We didn't know much about Ravenna,just it was ...
... hit the bike path in the heat. We made our way up the coast along the bike path adjacent to the beach. We made good time until we had a little trouble attempting to exit Cervia. Took a little while, with a slight diversion - OK, we got lost! Our path lead us onto the A14, a highway rather than on our minor road. Our guides gave us directions - people we stopped on the street and we were able to get back onto route SS16.