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First thing on our 'to do' list was to find a cafe with wifi so we could start searching for alternative accommodation in Positano. It took us a couple of hours because there was NOTHING left in Positano (and also because we could only use the wifi in 15 minute bursts) and in the end we had to settle for the place that Booking.com had offered which was in SORRENTO - NOT POSITANO!!! Bit disappointing - but better than sleeping on the ...
Florence is beautiful, with long alleyways and tall old buildings it was very
pretty. What was so strange was to see a really old building of more than 1000
years and opposite it a very modern Gucci store. They have preserved everything
One cathedral took 15 years to do a full clean of the towers which was done
with scrubbing brushes and tooth brushes. Once they ...
... the masters taught him he kicked them out and spent four years painting 18 hrs a day The most famous painting. The creation of Adam All other artists before Michelangelo his the belly button but Michelangelo wanted to make Adam identifiable to us God is sitting in a brain shape He painted Jonah in 3d The last painting of Michelangelo is the second ...
... the European news or Italian TV with subtitles. I'm sure there is other music as well. That's all folks for today and blogs may be a bit inconsistent from now on as we have to pay for our wifi and don't know how good it will be. This cruise is probably the cheapest way for us to see a lot in a short time without having to worry about finding hotels and transport here there and ...
... be their undoing. The Romans, smaller in number but impeccably armed and trained trapped Boadicea's warriors against the semi circle of their own familes, wagons and entourage and slaughtered them. Legend has it that, unwilling to be taken prisoner by the Romans, Boadicea and her daughters took poison, dying close to Londinium and lie buried under what is now Platform 10 of Kings Cross Railway Station. This is potentially one factor ...