We started out the day by walking to the Basilica of Saint Francis. The entrance was basically a large courtyard surrounded by small, simple columns. There was not only a large cathedral in the Basilica, but a museum of paintings collected and placed there relatively recently, along with a blocked off area for further rooms. The actual church part of the basilica was somewhat dark and gloomy, but it was full of vast history through its paintings commemmorating Saint Francis.
The next stop was the Temple of Minerva. From the outside, it looked like the Pantheon, but on the inside, is was solely a small chapel decorated with the most wondrous altar and a ceiling depicting God and other biblical scenes.
We still had another city to go to yet before the day was done, and it was in Sicily. We had an evening plane ride to Palermo, where we would sleep two nights, for a change. We got to the airport early and relaxed for a while, then the plane ride was only fifty minutes or so. We found the hotel, a nice four star called the Crystal Palace. Before going to bed, we ate at the Rossopomodoro, where I had only a dessert. It was three donuts topped with nutella, and the donuts were simply amazing. I had eaten dinner already, so I figured that I could throw out nutrition for the rest of the night.