Hotel Villa Belvedere
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... We pull out the iPad and look to see if we can find any information on line, but the web site for the bus system does not have a route map we can find. There is another couple on the bus who have been sitting on the bus for ages as well and they were totally lost as well. Finally we end up back in piazza San Marco, where we started. An hour and a half, ticket is now no good so we decide to go and have lunch and think of our options. We remember passing a large ...
... luncheon, much enjoyed and reviving. Had a beautiful plate of mixed meats with salad of fennel and orange and mixed veggies, naturally with a couple of spritzes. see Firenze! Finishing in time to return to the group with not a clue to them that we had not been visiting cultural ...
... who slayed Goliath. He was started in 1501 and finished in 1504. It took 40 men to move him from Michelangelo's workshop to the Piazza del Signoria where the False David now stands. See photo. The real David stood in the square for 370 years when in 1873 he was moved to a purpose built Gallery about 10 minutes walk up the road. It took 7 days to get the statue up there. They then replaced the David statue with a replica. ...
... the full essence of what I experience?" And maybe that's the question we grapple with our entire lives. How do I experience the fullness of life?
I remember many times walking around Rome casually looking around to see a group of tourists pretending to be professional photographers. "What are they looking at?!" I wonder. I turn and see the Vatican at sunset, and my breath is taken; it's something I wouldn't see unless that annoying tour group found ...
... s skyline being atop of the Cathedral or Duomo. Access to the top of the dome is open to the public. The ascent takes 463 steps and those with a heart condition or suffer from vertigo are encouraged to think again before setting out. Unfortunately, the walls along the stairway have been written on by many passing tourists, despite the placement of many signs saying not to do so. Then again, we are in Italy where many regard such signs ...