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... of 6. There are 8 Australians, 2 Canadians, us and the rest are American singles - a total of 43 altogether. The groups are a bit of a nuisance as they want to stick together all the time and constantly talk on the bus especially when the tour director is trying to talk. Our director, Vicky is hilarious. She would be in her late 50s and is literally a laugh a minute. She teaches laugh yoga in the winter so ...
... br> More food, more small wines, not so small when you keep drinking them. Very upset I couldn't watch the world cup soccer matches though. They had soccer on the tv thingy, but not the actual games. I heard we lost against Netherlands , bit sad about that, but happy for the Socceroos to be a part of it. Will find the replay when I get home.
Back to ITALY .
My goodness, it's always exciting to arrive at the destination . Rome here we come. Tired with ...
... to exemplify the arch in all of its contexts.
So, I figured I would share my "artists statement" on my works and show everyone the final outcome!
Chosen Media: Charcoal pencil (primarily), ink, and watercolor.
Archways of Rome:
I have chosen to study various uses of archways throughout Rome; more specifically the arch as passageway, ...
... it rains, it rains in the Pantheon too, that would be a sight to see.
Whilst here into some of my group, whom I joined for dinner in the square where the Pantheon sat.
It was a beautiful evening, sitting near a heater, looking out at this beautiful building, and listening to a busker playing acoustic rock music.
At the conclusion of dinner I waved goodbye to my friends and wandered through the city to the Piazza Navona, where there ...
... drummers busking. They were using a box drum and a heap of pots, pans, tubs, suitcase etc... We listened to them for a while. Tim spotted a red Ferrari on the way to the castle and asked the guy if he could have his picture taken in the drivers seat, which he did. He was pretty stoked with that. I got pictures of the lads in most places we visited today. We decided to go into the Castle. It was $7 euro each but looked really cool. We were all really glad we did as it was very ...