Casa Bonus Pastor
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... walk on the road, a pedestrian crossing is for looks only, cars tend to drive faster & as for scooters.....
Walked on this time we found
- Palazza Margarita, this has the "Hard Rock" cafe, not open until 12pm
- Piazza Barberini, another fountain
- Villa Medici & Spanish Steps, surrounded by some of the most expensive shops ever eg Gucci, Prada
- Piazza del Popolo, a group of beautiful buildings around ...
... it! My favourite/worst vision today was a motorcycle who was tail gating us for awhile, then decided to pass, nearly missing being hit by oncoming cars. As SHE (I know it’s sexist but I’ll own it!) SHE passed us I saw a pinwheel coming from her right hand side. Both her hands were on the handle bars. A toddler (A TODDLER!!) without a helmet was riding in front of her holding on with only one hand while their pinwheel spun in the ...
... according to a 1760 inventory. Artistic highlights of the place include a striking portrait by Velázquez of the Pamphili pontiff Innocent X: this was the inspiration for Francis Bacon's 1953 'screaming pope'. There are also masterpieces by Caravaggio, Titian, Raphael, Bernini, Breughel the Elder and Hans Memling. (Taken from The Daily ...
... than anything yesterday, we're getting ahead! We had to wait for about 20 minutes for the tour/escort, so grabbed some mega-donuts from a street van. While looking big and sugary, they also tasted like an archaeological remain that should have remained in its place - not in a human mouth.
Soon a cool looking local bloke with a yellow and blue paddle came along, and the 60 odd crowd followed like sheep. We had to keep that in sight or we would join ...
... off and headed to the Baths of Caracalla. They were amazing! It really isn’t possible to convey the scale of the place, and pictures can’t begin to do it justice.
The whole place was really, really impressive, but my favorite part was the mosaics which had fallen from the upper floors when the building collapsed. They have them lined up along the walls and they are awesome!
Next, we headed to the ...