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Private tour Positano Sorrento Amalfi Coast
"Meet your professional driver at your centrally located Rome hotel then hop inside your private air-conditioned minivan and journey south to Italy’s Campania region. As you travel take in the pretty scenery and catch sight of the magnificent hilltop monastery the Abbey of Montecassino.After roughly three hours pull up by Sorrento. Wander along the cobbled streets and be charmed by the historical churches and quaint shops selling ceramics
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Work and Pray: In the Footsteps of St Benedict Private Day Trip from Rome
"Pick up time suggested 8:00 am so that we will beat the traffic out of the city and we will back right on time before the traffic gets back in (it is flexible then you decide whenever during the day). Pick up from your hotel in Rome airport on arrival or anywhere you want! We will drop you off wherever you want at the end of the tour.Monastery of St Benedict in Subiaco: We will reach at first Subiaco area just about one hour south drive from Rome. A peaceful parking in the woods where we will leave the minivan and after about 10 minute walk through the nature we will approach the amazing monastery. It enshrines the cave (Sacro Speco) in which St. Benedict lived as a hermit before he organized his first monastic community. Located amid spectacular natural scenery the monastery is still active but welcomes visitors to pray at Benedict’s cave and explore the church covered in beautiful medieval frescoes. Among the many fascinating frescoes is a portrait of St. Francis of Assisi painted during his lifetime. You will crossing it horizontally towards Monte Cassino. As we approach the town of Monte Cassino
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Footprints on the Battlefield Trails of Monte Cassino
"This was an old mule track that connected the village of Caira with the monastery of Monte Cassino passing through the plateau of Masseria Albaneta. This mule track was known for centuries only by the inhabitants of the district of the Cassino area but b due to the war events of 1944 one of the most important roads during the military campaign on the Apennine peninsula between 1943 and 1945 to the point that it was named by the New Zealander soldiers ""Cavendish Road"".In preparation for the Third Battle of Cassino Indian and New Zealand Engineers worked during the night and under a particular strategy of smoke covering and camouflage in order to improve this track so that tanks could move on it to try and outflank the defensive positions at Monte Cassino. An incredible feat of battlefield engineering was achieved although the tank assault which followed was less than decisive. The track remained in use for the rest of the battle until Polish troops utilized it for their own tank advance in May 1944 in support of the final assault on the rubble of Monte Cassino. even with small stretches of slopes of 30%
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