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... our way through the crowded platforms to the ticket office to get our tickets for tomorrow's journey to Sienna. A regional journey that we could not book in advance. Tickets eventually bought, we grabbed a taxi to take us to our guest house. What a change from frenetic Naples (where it is every man for himself) - here the driver drove at a leisurely pace, stopped for pedestrians, and did not have to avoid scooters. Being as we are only in ...
... the roof we go. There’s a pool up here! AND THE VIEW IS AMAZING! We order our drinks sit in the shade and decide we need to take pictures. Pictures taken, cocktails arrive and let the conversation begin. We’ve met Liz before in Naples, Florida a lovely woman who is friends with the D6PSG so we get to spend some quality time with her too!! Marcia recently lost her husband and so these two Grande Dames of the south ...
... it seemed there were local Italians selling their wears, but amongst them were pushy salesmen of African origin who seemed to have no stalls but simply laid out their wears on blankets on the street - mostly selling watches.... they seemed a little dodgy and very pushy. 'Wanna buy a watch' type salesmen. We wandered up and down the streets, knowing we wanted to buy, but wary to check the prices at all the stores and try to get the best deal. Bill found and purchased a ...
... the earlier work in marble (1408-12), and the more famous version executed in bronze in 1440. There are also a famous bronze of Mercury by Giambologna from 1564, and Donatello's original sculpture of St. George (1416-20), on display.
Scattered around the porticos of the courtyard are numerous other works in marble or bronze, all of which are impressive, including many figures from Greek mythology. We ...
... see the hall of five hundred, a giant room with non-square walls and a false ceiling adorned with paintings in glided frames. Moving around the perimeter through the rooms a corridor stops Vanessa in her tracks – yes, on the inconspicuous side table is Dantes death mask, another key artifact in the Inferno book. Everyone is back to have a good look hardly believing that this can be sitting all ordinary like in this passageway when a whole book features ...