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... some misdemeanor and died in Ravenna. When he became famous the Florentines wanted to take his remains back to Florence. The people of Ravenna refused this request and every year there is a delegation of Florentines who come and ask for the bones back. They are refused so they bring some oil to keep the devotional flame in the tomb burning. Sounds a good excuse for a jolly to me. Finally we visited the Basilica of St Apollinare Nuovo for more beautiful mosaics before the ...
... the Adriatic that the Italians call the Romagna Riviera. It has sandy beaches for around 100kms, and not rocky pebbles as on the West coast.
Ravenna sits a bit inland from the ocean, and is connected by a centuries old man-made canal. It was once capital of the western Roman empire, in the 4th Century. As the Roman Empire's power declined , the Byzantines took over and Emporer Justinian and his wife Theodoro, who was a ...
... hot it is, but it's bloody hot - over 40º again today.
Thought I'd show you a little of Comacchio, once a Mediaeval port, now a tourist town, but with some loverly features (á la Venice). ...
... our schedule after we cancelled Greece, we had booked 3 days accommodation in a location 508 kilometres away from where we thought we had.
No worries, tonight we dined like royalty in a seafood cafe extraordinaire ...
... to do anything tourist, either did Jess and Ben. We had a nice late lunch in view of the main cathedral. We asked the our server where we could go that was not full of tourist. He suggested Piazza Santo Spirito. We decided,we would walk to Piazza Michelangelo to see the sunset. The plaza is on top of a hill that over looks Florence. We had a nice time relaxing up there and watching the sunset. After that, we took a taxi to Santo Spritio. It definitely has a more local feel to ...