Brunetti Twenty Eight Guest House
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... he painted the ceiling over 4 years and standing up. It is impossible to paint with the perspective needed lying down. He painting a square meter each day. The image of the prophet Jonah looks 3D and like he was going to fall off. They recently cleaned 'the last judgement' and found some beautiful blue colour which is really unusual and used granite dust.
While we were in there a priest came Nd gave a blessing which was very special. ...
... standing in front of the picture to have their photo taken as they threw a coin into the "pond".
A little more than another 5 minutes and we were at the foot of the Spanish Scaffolding (Steps).
The building behind the obelisk was completely covered, but at least the screen over the scaffolding had a picture on it to show what was behind.
At the foot of the steps, the fountain was surrounded by a screen, empty and undergoing renovations.
We wandered on in search of ...
... when they randomly burst into chants and songs...we should have looked up the chants beforehand. Roma was playing Atalanta... Roma won as expected because Atalanta isn't very good. That soccer game was so incredibly fun.
On Sunday, we went to Appia Antica. Basically we went into more of Rome's ancient catacombs where 500,000 people were buried. We then had a Palm Sunday mass in the catacombs with Father John which was really cool. After that ...
... leans a further 1.5mm every year - I don't wanna be on it when it goes down! ha Interesting that, apart from the bell tower, little Pisa doesn't really boast any other tourist calling cards - who knew!!? Got into Rome and had our tour guide, Jen, take us on a 4-hour walking tour. DON'T tell the Italian authorities though, apparently a European tour guide license doesn't count for anything here and you have to be of Italian descent to host a guided tour in ...
... a huge wall taking up blocks, we meandered through crowds heading in the same direction at various speeds. But the approach to the entry mazed with divider tape was clear, and we were able to walk right in. I followed Sarah because as a 5'0" vistamaniac in a sea of people, all I see are backs and it can get a little claustrophobic.
She blazed a trail straight through the islands of tour ...