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... major restoration too so it was dry. The fountain depicts the god Neptune riding in a chariot pulled by two sea horses. Two tritons manage them, one sea horse is calm, the other unruly - the two opposing aspects of the ocean. Much of the fountain was hidden behind scaffolding, but Neptune and the sea horses were visible. We thought the fountain must be quite the sight when the water the water is flowing.
We don't know if the legend ...
... boats, maybe 35 ft in length, raced a closed course in the Gulf. It seemed unusual to hold a race on a Monday but we speculated that it might be a holiday of some sort.
OK- enough of sailing!
Upon arriving in the city, Joyce and Sara caught the funicular and rode it to the city center which was at an elevation above the elevation of the harbor. After exchanging money for euros at a bank, they visited a lovely little church. The ...
... and like Vietnam again.
We tried to find the metro station but instead ended up walking towards Castel Sant’Angelo. We didn’t go inside but walked around it and across the bridge and got some great photos. It made me think of the movie 'Angels and Demons’ as this was the church at the end of the path of illumination and had the angel with arrow pointing downward. Bit of illuminati suspicion here.
We stopped for a coffee at a café across ...
... clothes. I am getting sick if seeing bras so clearly visual and strapless tops. **** the obsessions with tans is almost worse than the Chinese and skin whitening cream. Probably is worse. And ass cheeks belong in your pants if it hangs out they don't fit. It's not cool. Oh I'm such an old maid.
I swear I am making a profit from these metro ticket machines. Every time I put in the right money I seem to get change. It's happened at least three times now.
... Dalis and Kadinskys. On the other hand, the religious art, even by lesser known artists is quite revered. The Sistine Chapel ceiling though is well worth the visit. Even if you look at it only from the perspective of the pure human sacrifice that went into creating it. Michelangelo spent four years of his life flat on his back on scaffolding he designed for the purpose to paint this masterpiece. It is quite magnificent. He also painted "The Last Judgement" which is above the ...