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... legs by the time I get home.
We also visited the Bapistry while we were in the neighborhood but had to skip the Cathedral due to the queue and our time commitments.
Anyway, we've been and seen, taken snaps and been entertained on the ground by watching the illegal sellers gathering up their original authentic artwork, sunglasses and squishy balls in seconds followed by a quick dash to stand near tourists to blend in, or into a side street. The police patrol ...
... wouldn't follow Kens directions as he thought he knew better, got lost, was scared of the big nasty autostrada and Piggy Bonsy and had to stop at a garage. Got out map, it's about 7:00 pm and we left about 9:00am so we both tired. Poor Steve gets so worked up when he gets confused with Ken and maps, best to leave him alone and not to offer advice till he feels better, other wise we hate each other for another 12 hours. ...
... of the top window of the cottage, big smiles, arms talking. We waved and she came down. Absolutely no English but big smiles. Introductions as best we could. This is Carla , our hostess. Carla and Forese own this cottage, which is named Casa Forese. She was beautiful. Showed us the house inside and went through all the things in Italian of course, which I repeated out loud in Inglish. The garden was great, ...
... detail, every section the same style, but different scenes, small and large portraits hung all along the top part of the wall. It looked as they were cramming to fit as much art as they could, and it was grand.
We explored the side rooms and saw a lot of Renaissance art, with tons of religious symbolism, and the occasional sculpture. We saw a Michelangelo and the Birth of Venus.
At the end of the museum was a huge exhibit ...
... front moved in blowing over 40 knots from the South. It was very interesting being on a scooter in that wind!
We wound our way up and down switchbacks and found ourselves at a Castle with a vineyard. Some grapes, warmed by the afternoon sun, were harvested by Mary Beth....delicious. No wine tasting, the switchbacks were making us dizzy already.