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... she was told yes but that room was closed too, and by the way it isn't a real Caravaggio! A small discussion went on as to the accuracy of this statement and then said member of staff said she thought it was away in Paris maybe, or was it somewhere else in France....erm. Grr...all this way again and still not to be able to see it.
While Joy went off to view her other paintings, Michael thought he would investigate further and asked ...
... dragon is a fresco behind the altar….don’t believe me? Check it out for yourself).
OK…so, we were a tad bit late….I got my signals crossed and thought the hotel was in a different plaza – HEY AT LEAST I ADMIT IT! In the lobby are Ms Liz and Ms Marcia waiting for us.
Hugs all around and an introduction to Ms Marcia. Liz suggests a cocktail on the roof. Sounds good to me – so ...
... an expensive Iphone. It’s not just the money involved in replacing it, it’s the hassle of replacing all his contacts etc.
Lyn used my phone to phone the campsite and explained the situation. Luckily an angel called Anna agreed to run straight down and check. Lyn had to phone back 10 minutes later. A very long fraught 10 minutes later he was smiling…..the Iphone was still there and now was safely in the office. ...
As some of our faithful followers may have noticed, there was no blog entry yesterday, as the group spent some quiet time recovering from the grand tour of Tuscany the day before. Still, Dee mustered the energy to venture out on her own, did some shopping, and then found a nail salon where some needed repairs were in order. Later, she prepared a delicious meal of grilled chicken, risotto and a salad, which was no ...
... every half an hour or so. Which is a great idea because the museum isn't packed out and you can move around and look at everything very freely - unless you come across a loud annoying HUGE group (which ours was not - we were quite small compared to others). Our guide was a woman who studied Art History and knew it very well but she was also someone who did not give one ****! She would stare people down with the stink eye if they bumped into her or talked loudly in her ...