Soup is the salad of the winter for me. I could no more eat a bowl of salad leaves when it's near freezing outside the Apple Chapel as run a marathon but I do need to get vegetable matter into my daily diet somehow. If I've just been the gym, I may be able to down
Sistine Chapel...Here's a place I want to visit...not because of its famous (& beautiful) ceiling but because of its amazing cosmati tiling on the floor...The link brings you to an amazing site that let's you visit all 360° (up/down/all around) of the chapel.
Marble Caves of Patagonia in Chile – Lake Carrera. The lake is on the border of Argentina and Chile, and the caves are located on the side of Chile. The caves are the three main grotto: Chapel (La capillaries), Church (El Catedral) and Cave (Cueva). Visitors can explore the caves on a small boat or kayak, but only after the waters of Lake Carrera calm down and be serene.
Lucifer One of the many Masonic carvings in the Chapel Hanging upside down and bound with rope, this is the fallen angel Lucifer. It is one of the depictions of angels in unusual positions in the Chapel which are significant in the rites of Freemasonry.
Sistine Chapel | The Vatican.... Sneaky tip! When you exit, sneak out the right side door with a tour group. You're a 2 minute walk to St. Peter's Basilica. Exit left... 2 mile walk back through the Vatican, down the street then to a giant queue to get in the basilica.
could go two ways, they stumble upon an abandoned church that is clean and its obvious people have turned it into some type of pilgrimage or its dirty and cluttered a sign that no one has faith anymore....either way I'm sure my Jack will have some spiritual moment there.