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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to be set! We also managed to find a shop where I could get a new battery for my watch, and they also did a pressure-test and gave me a 12 month guarantee for about 15 Euros!
We spent about 6 days in Athens and visited the Pantheon (or Acropolis), the Ancient Agora, the Temple of Hephastaie (the Romans called him “Vulcan”) – which is probably the most-intact temple that dates from the Classical Era and it is truly amazing. As we were ...
... the National Art Gallery of Urbino, and Joy is doing a separate entry for this - she having spent almost six hours drooling over the building and its amazing art works. Even Michael's talents for turning a phrase blanched at the prospect of describing this to you!
As the day was so fine and sunny, and he had seen enough of the art, Michael decided to take a walk around the town, Literally around it, ...
... Raphael was born. Other than that Joy had an idea of only 4 paintings held in this gallery.
The Ducal Palace is an impressive building near the top of one of the hills in Urbino and was closed for the New Year celebrations, so we set off hoping it was going to be opened today, but not really being sure. As we rounded the corner of the buildings we realised the door was open.....so today's itinerary was possible.
There is an €8 entry ...
... Piazza has a great marble statue of Raphael, and Liam had to pay his respects of course, and then build his own little snowman (see the photos on face book) before trying his hand at tree hugging. Honestly, he seems to have more fun than we do sometimes!
We had an excellent lunch of local soup and wine in a cafe at the Piazza, and then back down the hill to the house where Raphael was born and first worked. This is mid 14th century, and though ...
... spent a pleasant couple of hours wandering along the fortifications and through the town looking at the sights, and even stumbled upon the changing of the guard at what I suspect is the seat of power in the Serene Republic. I'll try and attach video evidence of what could well rival the same event at Buckingham Palace! Having been absent from Italy for so long we felt the need to return, so took the road ...