Adonis La Barbacane
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Caterina Sforza de Medici, the reason I was in Forli at all. But they particularly wanted us to see this work by Canova, it has its own room and is the hallmark piece of the museum. And they went nuts when we finally communicated to them that we have a copy of Canova in our home, from the 1880s. It came to me through my father's brother's, (a WWII submarine hunter pilot in Europe), wife, who is Dutch. Her father had a significant antique shop ...
... four feet deep), Gee Gee was furiously kicking at the back door trying to get it to open. I was telling him to slow down, once the water on the inside of the car rose as high as the water on the outside, the pressure would equalize and that on the outside would slack off and we could simply open the door. Gee Gee wasn’t buying it, but in a matter of seconds those dynamics of quantum physics (or whatever the science of water pressure is) came to pass and the door eased ...
... to us.
We decided to press on at walking pace until off of the motorway and
just as soon as it had started, it stopped. The hotel was
conveniently located half a mile from the old city walls and the
hotel receptionist was very kind in drying our jeans and clothing for
us in the hotel laundry. When we had recovered, we walked up the
road and into the old city. It was very photogenic and worth ...
... station. It must have been Laura’s magical effect on him! We could all relax now and enjoy the journey.
Toulouse was a much bigger city than we had expected and it took us a while to find the famous Victor Hugo indoor food market. We were not disappointed when we did. It was amazing and wonderful to see the locals buying their fresh produce. The French love their food and this is evident as you walk round the food hall. Every possible thing you ...
... 8211; doh! Still, I’d walked part of it, and I was free to walk between the walls and on parts of the outer walls where it lets you.
Just went through the streets of the city for a bit, it’s very easy to walk around the whole lot in like 10 minutes or so. Most of the buildings are now either one of three things, a restaurant/café, a hotel or a gift shop, but there was one exception – I saw a sign pointing towards torture… it turned out to be a museum on ...