Relais Al Senato
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Today we went to Rome for a field trip for my Villa and the Garden class! We met at the train station at 8:30 am. After the 2 hour ride to Rome we had to take a bus and a tram to the Villa Farnesina. The Villa Farnesina was a villa that we studied in class. It was originally Agostino Chigi's villa. Agostino Chigi was the Pope's banker and was inducted into nobility. Another villa close by owned by Cardinal Farnese was flooded by the Tiber River causing the ...
... A special take-away was that when the papal enclave next meets to elect a new pope I will be able to visualise this. Sorry Francis, no ill-will meant. Whilst going through the gallery of huge tapestries, I thought how mum very much would have appreciated the hours of love and labour that would have gone into each one. Bridget summed up the basilica,"It's a big church". I am continuously amazed at the construction process as well as admiring the ornamentation. Michelangelo was only ...
I am going on my honeymoon with my wife Kinda to Italy and Greece after getting married a few months ago. I have never been to Italy and thought this trip would only take me to one new country, but then I realized the Vatican is a separate country, which means I have now fulfilled a goal of travelling to 50 countries.
Our trip began on Emirates airlines flying direct to Dubai from Adelaide. I was a bit surprised but it appears Qantas no longer flies ...
... could have added onto the trip) would have been to spend an extra day in Naples (instead of arriving late and heading out the next morning) and explored and visited the museum then. Hindsight being what it is - but it was a lot of time and money to spend a little over an hour in a museum. If you have a whole day or two tho in Naples, make sure you go!
When we got back to the train station and ...
... he is such a lazy little boy), so Paul and I have been doing a lot of carrying, maybe it will help us lose some weight.
We have one more full day left in Rome, just working out what we can do tomorrow……there is so much to see.