Domus Livia Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... After walking around for a while, we decided to rent a couple of surreys as well - why not! To our surprise and delight, these surreys were "assisted," which meant they had an electric motor that kicked in to boost your pedaling. This was particularly useful uphill…! Catherine road with me and Sam Jackson pedaled with Caroline. We raced all over Villa Borghese park for an hour before returning the surreys. It was awesome. On our way back to ...
... one no more than 12 playing the accordion and the younger one around 5 playing the drum- we couldn't believe how good they were! Definitely much better than what at least Vicky could do. For dinner we stopped at a restaurant outside of our hostel where all of the patrons sat side by side at tables on the sidewalk. Here we met a new friend from Israel and talked throughout our entire dinner- definitely a new perspective on some things! Next up: Vatican ...
Wake up early in the morning and rush to the metro in Dante square The metro station is really modern and nice but the train..... Arrive the station and get on the train Read few chapters of Steve Jobs Walk to the hotel where we need to take an antique lift and arrive the 5man room Then we head out to have a ****** lunch which cost us 7euro per person (that ristorante has 7 languages on its menu) Then we continue out trip by ...
... are. We then headed back to the coast to Cinque Terre. We did a boat cruise up the coast past the 5 lands of Cinque Terre. They are these incredible small villages built on the side of cliffs and the house are all different colours. Its an amazing sight and great for photos. We had a swim stop at Monterosso and watched the sunset before heading to La Spezia for the night. Our final stop was was Rome, one of the most historical cities in the world. On the way we stopped at ...
... but I will google it again when I get home. We then walked to the bus stop to get to the Colosseum. We didn't realise you have to buy a ticket before you get on the bus, and once we'd boarded it was too late to get off. Then we realised there was no one on the bus checking the tickets. It was a pretty hairy bus ride as Ollie watched the back doors and I watched the front. We got within 3 stops when I thought I saw a guy in a uniform so we quickly aborted the bus mission. Turns out ...