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... allowance of the equivalent of $200,000 per month in today's dollars. Scipione Borghese was a lover of art, and thus paid for parts of churches as well as beginning the amazing Borghese art collection, which we will see in a few days. The Borghese became was so wealthy and powerful (one reason Pope Paul V was elected Pope back then) that they only became bankrupt in the early 1900s. Over 300 years of being one of the most rich and powerful families in the world, and their ...
... place after dark. It has three fountains in its center. At various places around Rome, we had seen the same street performer and found him again today. He appears to be a genie sitting in midair with no visible chair or cables or plausible explanation for his levitation. I took his picture from behind. It was a pretty cool illusion. After a quick lunch and gelato, we visited Campo di Fiori which was filled with vendor stalls selling ...
... service charge if you sit down. That 2 euro cappuccino you drank at the counter (like the Italians do) would cost 3-5 euros if you sit. In heavy tourist areas the menu prices can increase 3x if you sit vs not. We're not eating in many tourist places (avoiding tourist menus, anything referencing happy hour since that's not really a thing here, and anywhere with someone outside trying to get you in) but the 10-15% service charge in Rome in general is alive ...
... a brief tour. The small museum is devoted to the origins and history of this religious order, and includes a rather morbid display of the bones from more than 4,000 exhumed friars who died between 1528 and 1870. These desiccated relics, which are displayed in open crypts, are gruesomely arranged by type: shin, shoulder blade, thigh, pelvis, skull, etc. However, dry bones notwithstanding, the highlight of the museum may well be the painting by Caravaggio, "Saint Francis ...
... stopping at the different levels, taking pictures and catching my breath! To the young man wanting me to sign a petition (about ??), and the young lady who wanted to hand me a flyer (about ??), I managed to gasp, "no thanks."
At the top there were several vendors setting up to sell their prints and other souvenirs. The view was wonderful—down into the Piazza below but also out onto the city with St. Peter’s dome in the ...