Thursday, June 12, 2008

Leonardo's Room


"Michelangelo"
Originally uploaded by mirthmobile
Sala "Michelangelo"

I'm speaking at a conference in Uruguay and staying at the Cala Di Volpe Boutique Hotel on Rambla Mahatma Gandhi (or Mahatma Gandhi drive) in Montevideo. This is the conference room where I spoke.

Sala "Michelangelo" or "Michelangelo's" room.

This is actually Leonardo's room. It might even be Ralphael's room, or Donatello's.

In any case, I didn't see anyone wearing an orange bandanna.

6 comments:

The Great Joe Bivins said...

I think I'm losing my nerd edge because these days when I see "Michaelangelo" I no longer think of the turtle but of his Renaissance namesake.

Anonymous said...

Good luck there, come back safe!

ediblestars said...

In the sala, the women come and go?

bethany said...

ediblestars: that was awesome. first T. S. Eliot joke on the "blog".

Anonymous said...

I love your blog but I have to tell you, this particular instance happens to be correct usage in Spanish.

So it's not really "unnecessary" :)

Karen said...

Wow! I just got back from little ol' Uruguay as well, and I picked up several fun misuse-of-quotation-marks pics that I've been meaning to send you from there (anonymous's sanctimonious comment notwithstanding!); now I am motivated to actually do it!