ROME DAY 6: Twisty Tower, Tuna, and “Tini”
Sunrise was 7:13 and Colors will sound tonight at 18:41. Once again 19:00 is the Ave Maria (as if anyone even bothers with that any more).
One of the great rivals of the history of art in Rome was between Lorenzo Bernini, who in worldly terms admittedly won the war, and the horizon-vaulting Francesco Borromini.
Yesterday I met for lunch at a newish, trendy place in the entrance to the Palazzo Braschi (lousy food, avoid it) a friend who I have not seen for years, a art historian and polymath who whose late husband was one of the great experts in the