Residence La Ferriera
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... it was my turn to make dinner! Salad and pasta!! haha. We had to enjoy it since Christine was leaving the next day to head to Ireland and then home!! Since it was just me and Kelsey who still had time to travel we decided to go to Rome!!
Kelsey and i decided to do Rome for two days…this included Halloween!!! :) We wanted to find a Gladiator and tiger costumes…very appropriate if you ask me!! lol. We got to Rome and met an Australian on the bus! We was staying at the ...
... lots of guided tours going through. The trick is to stay ahead or behind these groups or you’ll never get a close up look at the major works (because that is where the guides concentrate their tours). This time, I spent some time in the Botticelli room, admiring his Birth of Venus and Spring, both which are very different styles from his other works, or any other artist of the time. I also spent quite a bit of time in the new area called the "Blue Rooms," (the ...
Home to the moon over Loro
... They wanted to kick her off the train, even though it was a German DB train agent that put her ticket together and should have sent her through Austria instead. She had to buy another ticket, she had no money, she is crying and a sweet man offers to buy the ticket. All he said is, 'pay it forward, I have been there'. So we go back to the station to meet the new arrival, and there she is, a little worse for wear, but happy to be in ...
... getting bored and spending twenty minutes trying to find a toilet.
My approach for success with the Uffizi was to undertake a tour with an art historian. It was three hours of sheer pleasure. Our tour was run by Context, a company running tours "for the intellectually curious"- for those out there reading, that's apparently me. Our guide was an engaging intellectual called Monica Shenouda. It was a wonderful three ...