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We left Olbia heading South, on the way we stopped at a 1600BC treasure, a spiritual temple with a well and a mini aqueduct quite amazing - a bit of trekking involved to get to it but well worth the off road action.Thursday night we bedded down in Cagliari the capital of Sardinia, our last night on the island. The gorgeous bellboy "Alessio" ended up in our car/bus for parking and endeared himself to us - he and his girlfriend ...
... was only 23 years old at its completion! Rick and I both commented that we do not know of anyone alive who embodies such artistic genius today.
Rick's favorite statue has long been Apollo and Daphne. This statue captures the action filled moment when Apollo, influenced by Cupid's arrow of love, chases after Daphne who has been turned off by the "arrow of disgust." Just as Apollo is about to catch her, she calls out to her father to ...
... it tomorrow, it would be a sham not to catch a show while we are in London. By accident, not good management we found a great restaurant tonight, it is called ZEDEL, apparently a lot of people go there before and after the theatre. It was silver service, white linen and pink table cloths, great and friendly service and the food was delicious, I must have been hungry because I forgot to take a photo, never mind, I was already half way through it when I ...
... His english was fine and he spoke with a thick Italian accent but we could clearly understand him. Retired from from working in the Vatican for a number of years he now does tours on a as need basis for his friend. We knew he must enjoy guiding people because it really showed in his enthusiasm plus he lived fifty kilometers from the city on the coast. After about a 20 minute ride we arrived at the Vatican. Along ...
... Angels & Demons," but it was closed. We visited the Castel Sant'Angelo which was a Roman tomb before turning into a Papal hide-out in times of crisis. We went to the Musei Capitolini, but decided it was too pricey for our interest level. And we booked transportation to our next stop (Salerno, on the Amalfi Coast) and lodging. We did NOT end up at the Spanish Steps accidentally, as we did the last 2 days! ...