Acquedotti Antichi Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We started the morning with a little sleep-in to accommodate the jet-lag. With a longer afternoon ahead of us, we knew the kids needed a bit more transition time. Finding Corn Flakes the night before when we did some grocery shopping helped to the morning transitions, and it did not take Graham too long to figure out how to use the stove top espresso maker (this helped with the adult transition).
Our morning consisted of a walk back to Piazza Novona, ...
... and it will feel 'just like we went’.
For all the boys out there, take an empty bottle into Rome and the girls had better purchase a “SheWee”, toilets are harder to find than a Macchiato in the Whim Creek Pub. Half the walk from the Vatican to the Forum was spent trying to find a toilet and it wasn’t a short walk. Eventually we stumbled onto an open Museum/Art gallery (most are closed ...
... Thank you to Little Buddy for not injuring me this trip. Great companionship with the other castaways, Ginger and Mary- Ann. Looking forward to our next adventure on the SS Minnow.
Well ill is is time to say arrivedercci from me (Lovie). The SS Minnow has been a wonderful adventure and we have all enjoyed every minute of it. We have been a very lucky bunch of castaways to be able to experience so much and see so much.
... so we took our time walking around its circular base. We could imagine the roar of the crowds as the gladiators would have battled before the people in the stands.
The tour group then met our bus and drove toward the modern area of the city for lunch at a local hotel restaurant, le Bouchin. We had a traditional lunch of pasta, veal and vegetables, panacotta for dessert and a glass of Italian red wine.
After lunch our bus ...
... inevitable last minute shopping where Robert and I attempted to retrace our steps along the maze of lanes between the Pantheon and the Fontana di Trevi, looking for this or that gem that I had spotted in some shop window during the last two and half weeks, mostly I am pleased to say, with success. Lunching at trattoria di Antonio, an 'antico restaurante' just off the Pantheon, we watched with amazement the tsunami of tourists swell through the narrow lane, again and ...