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We are happy to report that our journey from Sorrento to Rome was nothing like our trip to Sorrento - the train journey was seamless and very quick, which meant we arrived in Rome nice and early for a full day of exploring. We were greeted at our B&B by Gianluca, who co-owns the B&B with his brother-in-law, Augistino. Gianluca has been …
... worked this mans face as 'Minos', the judge of the underworld, he painted on donkey ears to show foolishness, as well as his penis being swallowed by a serpent. Naturally another complaint was made to the Pope, who refused to get involved, fearing that he too would somehow be mocked. The work displayed those ascending to heaven on the left, those descending to hell on the right. As his signature he cleverly painted his own face into the flayed skin held in St. ...
... one corner there was a huge poster of the Vitruivian Man. Being a huge fan of Leonardo da Vinci, we went and had a look at his museum. It is housed in the workshops beneath the foundations of the church and the Borgese gardens and features a range of Leo's inventions made real. You can see his machines for flying, for war and countless other things on which he worked. Allegedly, it was in this place that he used to study anatomy. He would bring corpses ...
... because you're able to joke with them and give them direction without the hassle of being a babysitter. With west side all done and packed away it was time for lunch and on today's menu was LASAGNE!!!! Cheers to that then :) mmmmm me favourite..... With bellies all full and gravy we began the afternoon show of sketches with 1st/2nd media. They were pretty enthusiastic but a bit of a pain in the **** - very intelligent with a subtle stuck ...
In planning this trip I was advised not to try the Collosseum and Borghese Villa in one day so I did not plan to. But with Obama's visit and our plan for our daytrip Saturday that's exactly what we did.
Got in the Collosseum free and no waiting. Amazing. Just wandered around and contemplated all that had gone on here. We also did Palatine Hill and the Forum, again not our original plan. It was a ...