Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Naples' San Martino Museum

At first, thanks to everyone for the kind Christmas wishes. When I wrote my last race report, on December 19, I couldn't show the photos of the Orbetello's 10 km Christmas race.
Fortunately, I've just found a photo through the web. I'm with the number 29 near the Black Knight .
Yesterday my family and I came back from Naples where we spent our Christmas holiday. Although the weather was rainy, we visited the  Naples' San Martino museum, which contains a number of particularly special exhibits of inlaid marble and many splendid paintings, interesting collections, costumes, ship models and other Italian curiosities.

After Christmas time the training is always harder than before and this afternoon I ran 10 km. Of course. I tryed to burn off a few calories :) The photo on the right shows a Christmas present. My wife gave me those winter running clothes :)
Happy new year to all my blogger friends!

12 comments:

Char said...

Nice Winter outfit. You'll be able to burn off a few Christmas calories in style, wearing that.

Alexandra said...

Your wife sure has good taste in picking running attire!

ajh said...

I love running clothes for presents! Happy New Year!

Julie said...

Hi Giorgio,
I would of loved to have gone to the San Martino Museum! I love learning about history and walking through museums:)
I really like your new winter running outfit! Your wife did a great job picking it out:)

Happy New Year to you and your family! Take care Giorgio!

Amy said...

Nice new running togs! I know what you mean about getting back into running after holidays, it can be a bit of at struggle!

Black Knight said...

Hai visto che brava moglie? Le faccio i complimenti per l'ottima scelta del materiale sportivo.
Se non ci fosse stato il sito web col cavolo che avremmo avuto le foto!!!!
Buon fine anno e felice 2011. A presto.

Fran said...

Great new winter outfit.

Happy new year Giorgio!

Breandán said...

happy new year Giorgio, thanks for the feedback last year and here's to 2011!

Christina said...

Happy New Year! Here's to a great running year in 2011

Sherri said...

Nice outfit...I need some new running clothes...
Happy New Year!

Anne said...

Looking good in your new running clothes :) Happy New Year Giorgio!

Thanks again for the beautiful print of Rome.

strewth said...

Happy New Year Giorgio. Have a healthy, happy year with many fantastic running adventures. I love your new winter gear - enjoy!