I'd like to show you a photo or two of the 250 billion pots that are housed in the museum. I'd like to show you photos of the museum itself, an interesting villa built in the 16th century for a Pope. I'd like to, but I can't, because no photos were allowed inside the gates.
You are richer for it.
After hiding from the rain in the museum, we wandered through Villa Borgese, the other (and more popular) major park in the city to the one we were in the other day. There are luxuriant green spaces...
|Endless roads without cars|
|More endless roads without cars|
|You wonder if he knows he looks like that|
|To a Russian poet...|
|Looks good from behind|
|Front's not too bad|
|Somewhat Greek influenced|
|Reminds me of the US Capitol Building|
|We found the hoards|
|Swarming the fountain|
|Bernini's beauty, finished in 1627|
|More like the Spanish Sitting Area|
|Even the Grim Reaper was here. Talk about popular|
|Details of Bernini's work|
|Handy if you forget your lipstick|
Tomorrow, Tivoli. I swear this time.
**They're called the Spanish Steps because they're right next to the Spanish Embassy.