Da Maria Jose a San Pietro B&B
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Amsterdam chips for lunch on the way home.
Derek went down with the same symptoms that Kate had a couple of days ago, a writeoff for the next 24 hours.
Room service for dinner and an early night.
Washing day at the laundromat, and an aborted attempt to post a parcel home.
Dinner at a local pizza restaurant and an early night.
Very limited wifi here, so will upload photos from next ...
... Glad we remembered to do that. So as we walk into the arrivals area, Claudio was there waiting for us, with my name on a sign. He walked us to his car, a Mercedes E Class sedan, so we travelled to our hotel in style. He was very informative, as he gave us a map of Rome, and recommendations of places to go, and pointed out some places of interest as we were driving along. It wasn't long until we were driving down a few back streets to our ...
... climbing 12 sets of ramps designed for “go carts” we would be at the end of our drive. And we were and we didn’t hit a single pillar as many motorists had! Susan returned to her former calm and we took a “lift” down to the street to find a taxi.
Thirty minutes later we were dropped off at 23 Via Degali Ibernes, our new address, paid the cabbie 20 Euros and rang the buzzer. We were greeted by the owner, Valentino Buttazzo who ...
... have liked to look around that one too. Never mind. Villa Adriana was built by Emperor Hadrian between 118 and 138 as a holiday home.
Villa d'Este is the one that I visited. It was built in 1550 by Cardinal Ippolito d'Este who was the son of Lucrezia Bogia and Alphonso d'Este. Anyone who watched the TV series The Borgias will know who I am talking about. The villa itself is full of frescoes in every room typical ...
... van wasn't quite what we expected but it is certainly adequate. It is a Fiat Michelangelo - a pop-top camper van very much like our beloved vanagon, Josey. It many ways it is probably superior in modern ways but the layout is lacking in comparison even though it was built out by Westfalia and it just lacks the coolness of a vanagon. The interior is clunky and sports a glossy red art deco looking cook top cabinet which the kids say makes it look "gay". As such, we ...