Holy cow! This one is sure to be hot! A live sex show on stage at Muccassassina in Rome starring Jonathan Agassi and Lucio Saints by Diego Longobardi on Friday, January 28th. Phew! I sure wish I was going to be there! Doesn’t sound like one could go wrong attending this show! Have a great Italian meal before the show, then attend the steamy show, then have some great sex at some wonderful hotel… So romantic! Ah! Roma… I miss the eternal city so much! If you have any chance whatsoever to see this show, I would definitely do it!
Meet Leeluu [a Boston terrier]. We made her acquaintance at Madrid Barajas Airport. Isn’t she a princess? Her lady-in-waiting was returning to her castle in Miami.
Her lady would take her chew toy from her and taunt her with it. Leeluu would grab it and…
Return to the safety of her carrier, probably thinking, “I am not to be disturbed until I am in my palace!”
Look at her regal lines. Definitely royal lineage!
We remounted our Vespa and were on our way! We had not yet seen the Piazza del Popolo so we zipped over there. We parked across the street and walked to the Piazza. We got quite the surprise when we entered! Another protest! Ah, this time the Communists and Socialists!
So we continued through a short cut from the San Pietro in Vincoli down to the street leading to the Colosseum. We were walking of course, because there was a bus and metro strike scheduled for the morning. And, what do we run into? A teacher’s strike! You may enlarge the above photo if you would like to see any of Rome’s finest a bit better.
Look closely at this small area of bricks. Here we see some that have been repointed, some that need to be repointed and a nail. The nail does not look modern, in that it is not from this century. But what century is it from? The head was almost an inch [2 cms] in diameter and looked hammered. It also seemed to be iron, rather than steel. The repointing seemed a bit more modern. Maybe within the last decade or so. But who knows? One could write an entire essay about this space of brick work.
Below is a street bazaar where we shopped briefly. No beads for mom here! Everything was too cheap.
In the photo below, you can see how it is only squeezed into this tiny church and dwarfs the main altar which is to the left.
This just really cracked me up. A perfectly good solid marble holy water font, with a glass water bowl in the center. What is up with that? Was the priest to lazy to walk to the font to bless the water? So I ran over to check the other one…