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... first public library; the Biblioteca Casanatense, opened in 1701; the Biblioteca Vallicelliana; Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute of Art History, a German library located in Rome, often noted for excellence in the arts and sciences; ...
... are stating to turn brown and dry as they do at home. They even had some eucalyptus trees, planted in one area. This area was once a swamp that has been reclaimed & the eucalyptus had been planted to help soak up the excess moisture as they are "thirsty trees" We drove to an old medieval town, called Tuscania and were shown around. There were some lovely views again over the countryside and the town was just what you would expect to see. It was great to be able to ...
... gently into the church which is testament (excuse the pun) to the great architects of the day. I have tried to pick up the amazing details of the plaster work in the pictures.
Not to be outdone, Pope Innocenzo X Pamphili (1644-1655) decided another reno was in order and work was carried out to add more pizzazz to the place! He wanted the architect, Francesco Borromini ...
... that they would probably be able to get a pope bobble-head (thinking that the idea of a pope bobble-head was so ridiculous and would never actually be available) but alas, I was mistaken! There standing before was many, many pope bobble-heads...so naturally, I bought one.
We continued on our way through the ancient ruins on Rome. We saw old meeting places, temples, forums, the place where Caesar was assassinated, and even the place where he was cremated. Our tour ...
... bedrooms and comfortable beds. Our tour guide Mike
advised having twin beds as the double beds in Europe were often ¾
Tuesday the 1st of
September – A later start
this morning – 8am. We travelled through beautiful country and
started climbing as we approached Switzerland. We found picture
postcard views around every corner. Cameras clicking non-stop. We
kept looking for Heidi because ...