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... there's an umlaut in there somewhere), which when excavated back in I-forget-when was recognised as a sculpture described by Pliny the Elder as the work of the Rhodes masters. It depicts a father and his sons being constricted by a serpent at the fall of Troy. We were trotted through fairly briskly which made me grumpy, as we whizzed by a whole room of marble sculptures of animals, and the Map Corridor which had a magnificent ceiling, and paintings showing each area of Italy, ...
... our next move. Well - heard of Rome in a day? We've just returned from Rome in an hour with Michael as tour guide. Started at the Pantheon then walked to Trevi Fountain, went into a couple of churches along the way, walked to the Spanish Steps then made our way home along Via Dei Condotti and all the upmarket retail shops. Very impressed with Mick's navigating skills! After recharging our batteries (with a snack of bread, ...
... the art and beautiful décor for around 2 hours before reaching the stunning Sistine Chapel. In 2012 I did not appreciate this great piece of art as much but this time I took it all in and wondered how Michael Angelo had managed to create such beauty. We took a couple of photos even though we weren’t supposed to and then managed to sneak our way into the Basilica, again skipping a line round 2 hours long. The Basilica is something else, one ...
... every corner was something strangely familiar. Stonehenge - intimately connected to my Celtic heritage and a vastly deep and spiritual experience for me. Stratford - birthplace of the Bard, the origin of the greatest master of my native language who ever lived. Versailles - active in my imagination and on my bucket list for as long as I can remember! The Louvre - to see Ancient Greek and Renaissance artworks that ...
... now protected by CCTV cameras because, even so far away, some people have come in and vandalised some of the works. Unbelievable. Outside I was shown the placement of the old drawbridge removed and sealed up two hundred years ago, the tower, the old pilgrim path, and the courtyard nearly destroyed by a falling rock from the dolomite cliff face. It didn't fall all the way but teetered. The brothers, mounted a statue of Benedict holding up his hand to stop the rock from ...