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... why I live and die?” My proposed voyage of discovery was much more optimistic than the first song, and less ambitious than the second, but the obvious first question was still, “Where do I go?”
There have been many, many places deemed holy throughout human existence, and even an extended ...
... We decided we wanted to go somewhere nice being the last night in Rome. The restaurant we went to on Friday night was a winner so we headed back go there. Da Trani was the name. The owner recognised us straight away and we were gifted with a glass of wine each on the house to start. Very nice meal and a bottle of red between us and what a good way to end our time in Rome. Onwards to Venice ...
... size of the group we are provided with exceptional insights.
These museum rooms lead to the Sistine Chapel where the entrance is controlled, to a degree, by a small doorway. Imagine a six lane highway converging into one lane....and that is what both the entrance and exit in the Sistine Chapel is all about!
Upon entrance to the Sistine Chapel we are told that there is no speaking and no pictures to be taken. The Sistine Chapel, not a large ...
... in honour of Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of the unified Italy. The structure which is adorned with masterpiece sculptures, was designed by Giuseppe Sacconi in 1885 and completed in 1925. The monument also features extravagant fountains, Corinthian columns and complex stairways. On top of the building are massive statues of Victor Emmanuel and two statues of the Goddess Victoria riding on chariots. The height of the structure is 135 meters and ...
... a Vittorio Emanuele II is a controversial monument built in honour of Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy. It was HUGE! Campidoglio with its larger than life statues & the massive crowds outside the Pantheon.
At the Monumento Nazionale there is a glass lift that took Lynda & I, for less than € 10, to the rooftop level. The view over the city was spectacular! I took way too many photos, as usual, none of which will do ...