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... a bit disappointing and no WOW moment. Lots of statues, fountains and more churches. Yes more big churches. I think we are just about all churched out after Rome. Couple of hours free time in Montecatani, dinner in hotel. Just a one night stop. Added a couple of photos from Rome ...
... compare and contrast their styles. Adam and Eve, Peter preaching to a crowd, healing and baptizing people are some of the scenes represented. A medieval altarpiece now replaces the destroyed centerpiece of the project--Peter's crucifixion. After church today we enjoyed the Medici Chapels in the Church of San Lorenzo where Florence's great ruling families are entombed. The highlight was definitely Michelangelo's New Sacristy which was built to honor four Medici. The ...
... it) and it ended in a 0-0 tie. It is about 10:30 at this point and Simone (thin as a rail) sits down to his dinner. THIN AS A RAIL…I’m not bitter or anything. Clearly he HAS a metabolism….mine? Dead and gone!
We sit and all chat, take a few pictures, and chat some more. Simone’s English is quite good. He’s studying Communication at University. He had a wall hanging of Dante’s Divine Comedy, ...
... or considered possibly by him. He thought of himself as a sculptor foremost. The art is extensive and we love listening to Ricardo; on our own we would be lost. The rest of the day is ours and thankfully it's cooler. We head back to the hotel via the Medici Palace courtyard, stopping to see the statues in the town square and then the Medici Chapel which is free on the first Sunday of the month. ...
... There is a garden that surrounds this historical building and the birds are singing and the sun is shining! It is a good day! So lets get this blog started, I am a week behind so I will have to start from day one. Day 1: Rome Sarah and I landed in the airport and had to catch a bus to the city center. We were so jet lagged and tired that we both had a cat nap on the 35 minute trip. I woke up to the view of the Colosseum and five minutes later we were navigated our way through ...