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TripAdvisor Reviews Sibilla Albunea Tivoli
Travel Blogs from Tivoli
... of the meal and had to find the waitress every time we wanted something. Finally gave up and paid for what we'd eaten (Veal scallopini and mushrooms (R) and Spinach and Ricotta Canelloni (me) and made a bit of a speech (haha when did I ever make a bit of a speech) about service and left. We were the only diners there, in fact, that should have warned us. Everywhere else was packed. Ah well. We consoled ourselves with a Gelato for the walk home.
... building himself a giant palace, with parks, fountains and of course a giant statue of the sun god, modeled on Nero himself (of course).
Flavian,the emperor after Nero, was trying to win back favour with the people, and instead of finishing Nero's palace, started building the Flavian Amphitheater, to be a place all the people could share and enjoy. And for the first 100 days after it was finished (in a short 4 years or something unbelievable like that) ...
I wandered back to look at the Villa Gregoriana gardens and paid for my ticket and knew it would be gruelling, as it is on such a slope and goes down to the river Aniene which flows through at the bottom. There are ruins from an ancient villa from around the 1st Century, but the gardens themselves were opened to the public around 1835 after the clever Italians completed a scheme to stop the flooding of the town from the ...
... a view of the castle in the middle of town. Feeling full we decided to officially start our walk. A little farther down the road we discovered an amazing overlook of Rome and other small communities on hillsides.
Luckily the walk to the villa was all down hill. We walked past olive tree orchards, huge houses and what we think we're olive oil factories. We had to cross a pretty busy road without a good view and pass some pretty nasty dogs but we made ...
... are very welcoming though and are even laying us un an early breakfast tomorrow morning especially! As usual during this holiday we have arrived in the town I fiestas, with parades and crying the saints and figures around the town. A big screen had been set up in the town square so that people had a good view of the mass. I was even blessed by a rather portly cardinal! Whether I wanted it or not apparently! We chose the town of Tivoli for another reason though, because we have one ...