Casa del Sole
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... through the attractive hills of the Sicilian heartland, to the island’s Capital on its coast with the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Following Andrea’s instructions, I took public bus No. 107 from the railway station situated next to the bus terminal and alighted five stops later at the Roma Poste building on Via Roma. I turned left on Via Bara All’Olivella, walking until Teatro Massimo and around it to leafy Via Volturno, finding 'A casa di Ami’ on the first floor ...
... interesting old buildings and plenty more empty houses, some new and some old. The depression of this economy is really apparent. But, then again, there are some very huge costly "mansions" that can be seen built on the hillsides.
Part way to Rome, we stopped at an "Auto Grill," which is a gas station and eating area for travelers. I had a slice of pizza, and I thought ...
... the former, we set off in search of the latter...but ended up with black truffle gnocchi instead. It is official. I am going to be the size of a house when I finish my European tour! After stuffing our faces we headed back to the coach for the final trip into Rome.We went on a walking tour on the first evening, taking in sights such as the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Roman Forum and the Colosseum. We then headed back to the resort for the Anything But Clothes ...
Tuesday 14th May
After breakfast had a short walk & then were off to the station to catch the fast train to Rome. Fast it certainly was & smooth & quiet also reaching 296kph at one stage & so it was a very pleasant if expensive ride. As it didn't pass through any stations I think that it must run on a separate track from the rest of the network most of the time.
Joanne & Gian Carlo met us at the station & ...
... so I didn't stay long, and lined up to get back down. By this time I was receiving SOS text messages and face book messages from Jess, and it was another 20 minute climb back down to get to her. I eventually found her all hot and flustered, dying of heat exposure on a balcony outside. We then descended back down to see the rest of the Vatican and it took about 5 minutes before we lost each other again. Jess went on a nice tour by herself and saw everything, while I walked ...