San Crispino Historical Mansion
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... br> The basilica of St Apollinaris in Classe was built in 549, for the port base, it is in a music working area, the church blocks are 4cm thick, layered with lime in a reddish colour, their was 2 rows of monolithic columns, mosaic floors, alters and wooden rafter ceilings. There was a statue of Roman Augustus & some wire buffalo outside, had a beer used the WC, back on the bus. Lunch stop at an auto grill, ...
An easy lazy day getting ready for the late afternoon wedding. Drove into town for Jane to get coiffured and by then it was lunchtime so wandered around the corner and saw an impressive looking, busy restaurant called Bistrot with a Michelin sticker on the outside and filled with Japanese. One of our best lunches, and Jane's crispy seafood and vegetables was a standout. Huge wine list but we kept costs within reason by having the house wines that were nevertheless superb. Very hot and ...
Love the Italian trains!!! Supposedly a 1.5 hour trip but 10 minutes out from Verona, the countryside started to look very urban and asking a local, found we had arrived already and a great flurry of cases saw us finally on the platform . Good feeling to get in the car with our own GPS and headed out of town to our accommodation At Agriturismo ...
... built 1230-1253., and decorated by the greatest painters of the 13th and 14th centuries. Giotto’s frescoes illustrate the life of St. Francis all along the nave of the upper church. The purpose of the art was to tell the stories of the Bible and of Saint Francis to the townspeople who could not read or write. With communication as the goal, the artists made the church into a giant picture book.
Bidding farewell to Paolo, ...