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Monthly Archives: December 2014
Roberto, my host, told me about an 8km cycling path between Colle Val d’Elsa and Poggibonsi, and I thought I’d take a walk on it. He dropped me off on the edge of town, and reminded me, “it’s 8km ya, … Continue reading
Just sharing one of my favourite songs of all time, most appropriate for Christmas too – Benedictus by The Priests: http://youtu.be/k3iWU5ZusVY “Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord, Hosanna in the highest.” When I was at … Continue reading
This being Italy, so much of the artwork seen at museums and the many churches revolve around the Holy Mother and Child that they all look the same to me. (paintings from the Palazzo Pitti, altar from the Orsanmichele) They … Continue reading
I enjoyed this particular museum very much, even more so after chatting with the artist, Michelangelo, who crafted and painted his love for history and architecture into this amazing work of ceramic art. Here’s the approach to the shop in … Continue reading
I went to San Gimignano without doing much research, and my first thoughts there were that of ‘mm. looks and feels like a mini Siena.’ That, until I met Michelangelo of San Gimignano 1300, owner of a free museum starring … Continue reading
looking at these made me sad. seen at the Uffizi. Alpheus and Arethusa, seen at the Bargello.