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... university building in the world. After much debate, we decided that the anatomy building was the oldest.
On the way home, we churched it again. We went into the church of Santo Stefano. It was amazing. The inside of the church had 2 courtyards and the crypt was very impressive.
Had to have a nap for an hour before the evening foray. Everyone went shopping. The girls headed for the cloths and the boys headed for the ...
Yesterday, much to Joy's delight, Michael found the house where Guido Reni died, and today, thanks to a casual question to the hotel night manager, he was able to take her to the church where Il Guercino is actually buried. This is San Salvatore, and wasn't on our list of visits, but boy was it worth the walk. The night manager, Francesco, could not have been more helpful, and was delighted that someone was taking such an interest in Bologna's artists - one in a million ...
... of the stalls of the Christmas street market. Now all he has to do is pack the dirty socks and then go round to the post office tomorrow again. Incidentally, Italian post offices are great places to see numerous breeds of dog. Why do people take a dog on a trip to the post office, where they surely know from experience they will have a long wait, and the dogs will bark and squabble?
Anyway, back to Bologna. ...
... palazzi, churches galore, old style shops, and miles of covered arcades, all with a unique appearance. The predominant colour is the warm brown typical of northern Italy - another thing Joy swoons over!
Eventually we met up at the gallery again, and having freshened up with a glass of wine and a rest in the hotel, went out to look for dinner. By chance we found another "Rosarose", and couldn't beleive our luck. ...
... pizza! But my favorite by far is the gelato, so many flavors, so creamy....I will miss gelato. :) We have been very busy on the farm labling countless jars of honey, fig syurp, pomegranite syrup, and all other those. I have packaged chickens and served food to guests in the resturant and sorted kiwis. Its also getting a lot colder here so we hardly ever work outside. When we went to Rome for 4 ...