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... around the chicks who were dancing so we
could be left in peace.
Taxis pulled up every 5mins outside the club so tonight was ALOT easier to
catch a taxi to the campsite.
And that was Florence, it was incredibly beautiful and must be a stunning place
to live but i wasn’t totally wowed by it. France is still ranking no1 at the
moment. Although that steak may be worth living there for. Still dreaming about
... having a rest, just outside the town we were going to stay in, we saw Bernie the English man Coming up the hill. It was like seeing an old friend. We walked into town together and bumped into the Americans having lunch. It was time for a beer. It was about 1.30.The parish accomodation didn't open till 4pm, so we left our bags outside the parish and looked around town, then had a rest on the lawn. It was a bun fight getting into the Parish as ...
So I have to say I was a bit skeptical about what the Vatican was going to be. We all know I am not that religious but wow!!! That is all I can say. It was an early morning wake up so we could be to the Vatican by 9:00 am. We toured the entire Vatican Museum on our way to the Sistine Chapel. When we walked in I got the chills and it actually took my breath away. It is unreal!! Thanks to the Rick Steve's Visitor's Guide book, and Jake's quick study of the book, I learned so much ...
... start to my sabbatical. Of course, only the second best start, after a lovely brunch at “Take Root” with Jamie and Daniel in Brooklyn. Plenty to do in Rome; but since it’s my third time around, no rush to do it. Loved the little hotel I stayed at near the Spanish Steps, Hotel Panda. Nothing fancy. But clean, secure, and close to a metro stop and a ton of great sights, ...
... dimensions, sculptures, mosaics, spaces - and no expense spared in decoration. One of the most prized exhibits is the Michelangelo's Pieta which is surprisingly small by comparison to all around it but draws huge crowds and is now on display behind glass panels after it was defaced back in the 70s. Amazing to think that the sculptor was just 25 when he created it - such talent. By comparison, the 13th century bronze of St. Peter has to my mind quite a modern ...