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- Pets allowed
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... 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, ...
... to meet 3 hours later in our favourite bar, this way Joy isn't worrying about Michael being bored and Michael doesn't have to hang around in the cold waiting, then in we wandered....first room, quick glance quick chat and move into 2nd room......there we parted company.....a room full of Joys boyfriends!!! She stayed to make notes and drool, Michael moved on. This room contained paintings by Orazio Gentileschi, Guercino, Jusepe de Ribera, Lanfranco, Reni ...
... 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 ...
... we seemed to be the only non nationals and the oldest people there...what harm....we were out to have fun and enjoy the experience and we double checked the menu as to what we fancied. Wine and water were brought to our table along with a basket of local bread, this was followed shortly after by a beautiful plate with crostini, salami prosciutto and a little dish of lemon sauce, all very yummy......It was at this point that we realised ...
... sand, we though it might be a worthwhile cruise, however the promenade as so far back from the sea that it was not rewarding. We
stopped by the entrance to the fishing and leisure harbour for our first beer of the day. At least it was sunny.
We returned to the bike, crossed the town and began the climb uphill toward San Marino,
a tiny independent state located on a hill top. The road weaved ...