Beau Site - Antica Residenza
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So we felt like a slower start this morning – so we washed and hung around and did some shopping and had a coffee and most significantly BOUGHT SOME STAMPS – hi 5 achievement in Italy! We had lunch at home and about 3 pm set out for today's adventures. Firstly we went to the Palazzo Sciarra to see the Norman Rockwell exhibition. Rockwell is an American artist who ...
... If you didn't know, you aren't allowed to take photos in there at all. They have security guards in there specifically to monitor people and stop them if they do. There was one security guard who even asked to look at the camera and asked the photos to be deleted and watched the person delete them in front of him. We did manage a good shot of the roof though. I thought the famous finger touching painting was a bit bigger than it actually was in real life but it was ...
... and the supermarket. YAY! I mentioned that there was a crazy amount of dog poop on the sidewalks at all time. Matt had fun yelling, "POOP!" every time we walked past it. He claims it was to warn us, but I highly doubt it.
We went to dinner with my new family and their friend Andrea. A nice little restaurant down by the sea, which served more than pizza! Afterwards, we went to a local bar in town and had some ...
... weeks we will be returning to see Michelangelo's Il Pieta.
Saturday we all decided to go on a three hour walk/photoshoot through the park and into the city. The park her is gorgeously green, completely unexpected in the dirty streets of the suburbs of Rome, which is why we love to go. The pictures truly do not do it justice.
That's all for this past week I'll blog again soon!
... out the front. An official looking lady gave us a number and we sat against the building across from the hospital and wait for 2pm. Finally, the doors open and people cram into the small entrance to ensure they are first to be seen. As usual Italians pay no attention to adhering to the rules and ignore the plight of hospital officials who try fruitlessly to maintain order. Ej and I lingered back and watched as people push and shove each other. Thinking that our ...