Miravalle Palace Hotel
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... were finally able to control Europe - and without having to invade either!).Anyway, in the following 500 years, the village grew, and in 1218, Frederick II, Duke of Swabia, (ooh, sounds posh doesn’t it?), built a castle including a very distinctive tower, that sits on the highest point of the hill, and can be seen for many miles all around. This provides a notable landmark, and also helps give the town part of it’s character, along with it’s typically ...
... getting into our bed and breakfast. For lunch, I finally had some mozzarella in my salad, and it was delicious. The past couple of days have been so filling, so today was a light lunch and dinner; I had granola bars. After lunch, we went shopping, and I got a white skirt that I've been wanting to get here. We then we went to the ...
... the "Prisoners." The commission never completed the building for the sculptures so they were abandoned. The unfinished quality however, captured the "prisoner" quality for us, however. Completed "Prisoners" are in the Paris, Louvre. Apparently, the artist made a plaster model and stone craftsmen copied the model to the stone chosen by the artist. The plaster casts could be used multiple times however were generally destroyed after the stone work was ...
... was it. Alternatively, and rather disappointingly, I suspect she was just wishing a pilgrim well. The number of signs everywhere must be increasing the awareness of the Via amongst the locals.
And tonight there seems to be another pilgrim in my hostel. Feel a bit miffed about having to share but at 10€ I can't really complain too much.
Currently trapped in a bar waiting for the rain to stop so that I can get back to the hostel. It's a tough life at ...
... of pictures but not enough to provide a real sense of how the inside was laid out. Also all of them were rushed and frantic, because we were moving through so fast and learning about so many things, and thus none of them look very artsy--my apologies, as this is actually how most of my pictures have ended up. (Also, apologies for all of their titles. The blog site forces you to title each one.)
When we left the church, we walked down the ...