As many of you know, from my travel-related ranting on twitter, I was in Italy the past week or so, with the wife and sister-in-law. We stayed in Florence, with day trips to Rome and Siena. It was an absolutely phenomenal time, and if you ever have the chance to visit Italy, I strongly urge you to do so.
As I did when I returned from my honeymoon in Ireland, I figured I'd throw in some pic filler from the trip, since I'm so photogenic and all. Today's entry comes from our walk through the Pizza Boboli Gardens, at the Pitti Palace (basically, the Medicis realllllly big house when they were grand dukes of Tuscany).
Here's two dudes with the same body type, except one is riding a turtle:
The Fountain of Bacchus, or fountain of the Dwarf Morgante, is located in the Boboli Gardens in Florence, in the north-west of the Pitti Palace on the wall where it passes the Vasari Corridor, a short distance from the garden of Palazzo Pitti. The sculpture is marble white and is 116 cm high.
And in other news...Manti Te'o, eh?