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- Swimming pool
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... was 67 years old. Giotto concentrated his energy on the design and construction of a campanile (bell tower) for the cathedral. He had become an eminent architect, thanks to the growing autonomy of the architect-designer in relation to the craftsmen since the first half of the 13th century. The first stone was laid on 19 July 1334. ...
We were sad to think that this was our last morning in Monterosso. We had really enjoyed the charm of this little town. Although it was full of tourists, there were no corporate developments (MacDonalds etc) - at this stage. Known as the Italian Riviera, it was easy to see why this area was recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We spent a little of our morning doing some last minute shopping - so we could take a little part of the Cique Terre home with us! One ...
... Hundred. It is a huge room with many large paintings, the most well known to me was The Battle of Marciano. I know it from reading Dan Brown's book 'Inferno'. Also in the Hall of the Five Hundred was the statue Hercules and Diomedes, showing the two men having an almighty wrestle. One seems to...er...have the upper hand, so to speak. We also saw the mask of Dante Alighieri, commonly thought to be his death mask. There are so ...
You might know that I have no sense of direction and maybe you know that I’m consistently 100% wrong when it comes to navigating my way around. If you were to ask me where north is, i’ll always point south and if we are supposed to turn left, i’ll somehow convince you that it’s time to turn right and no matter how many times you show me a map or how many tricks you teach me, my brain just cannot seem to grasp it.
So you can imagine that ...
... We only had a few minutes wait and used our Firenze Card here too (although they are only €1.50 per trip). It was interesting to see ticket inspectors get on but everyone did have a ticket. The view from the piazza was glorious, still in sunshine (& Greg found a tshirt there and at only €5!) It was interesting to see the old city defensive walls up beside the Boboli Gardens and a large tower in front of the piazza. After quite a time there we walked the easy ...