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... of Madame Borghese is life-size; a sculpture of Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghese, she was the "wayward" sister of Napoleon but the only one of his siblings to visit him during his exile on Elba. In the art world this piece is known as "Paolina Borghese, Venus Victorious." The similarities between the two faces, one of Ebe, the other of Pauline Bonaparte, are striking. (Oh, to have had a camera in the early 1800s for a life photograph of Pauline Bonaparte.)
... warrior knight who took on the king of England and the potentates of Scotland and damn near brought them to heel. It would have changed Scottish history to this day.
In his earning-money life, Dickie is a radiologist in Grand Junction, Colorado. In his out-of-the-office life he is a fireball of energy and daring-do, the life of the party; sandy, red headed like a true Scot, (back when he had a full head of hair), if you want a civilized fire-brand, Dickie is you man. He ...
... beautiful. They were in the middle of the transept, so the sound rose up into the dome above them and rang through the church. They were Russian, apparently. One of them had quite a good falsetto.
We went back to the hotel and rested a bit, and then met the group to walk to dinner an hour later. We ate inside the fortress at La Cotte de Maille, where we were given cassoulet. It was very hot and very hearty. It was also tasty, though I really didn't touch the meat cooked ...
... to us.
We decided to press on at walking pace until off of the motorway and
just as soon as it had started, it stopped. The hotel was
conveniently located half a mile from the old city walls and the
hotel receptionist was very kind in drying our jeans and clothing for
us in the hotel laundry. When we had recovered, we walked up the
road and into the old city. It was very photogenic and worth ...
... br> comfortable I have become on both the narrow, windy roads and the freeways,
with speed limits of 130 km/h. I would be lost if it weren’t for ‘Peggy’, our
GPS voice, who gets me through the small towns and ensures that I (usually)
take the proper exit on the many roundabouts. Tonight, we retired after a drink
/ popsicle on the esplanade to a few games of Skip-Bo and a cooler night’s