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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lost and American for him to stop in traffic to tell us that Villa D'Este was in the opposite direction), we finally found what we were looking for.
The Villa was absolutely massive and stunning. Every room was filled with Renaissance art. The garden was so gorgeous, I know my mother and aunts would have fell in love with it. Overall, it was an amazing day and the traveling went very ...
We left Naples and enjoyed our hotel in the suburbs. As I looked for a way to the highway I noticed an 'Attraction' listed on my wonderful Pocket Earth App beside our route and out of curiosity clicked it. It turned out the be Solfatra, which is a 'just' extinct volcano and part of the so called Phlegrean Fields, a name I remembered from my geological past. We had to go.
The crater was huge and sulphurous fumes were coming out of numerous vents at 160C.... ...
We've been on holiday now for just over 8 weeks and we are feeling our energy levels starting to fall. Whether it's because the weather is warmer, the going harder or things are beginning to catch up with us I'm not sure. So instead of another busy day in Rome, we decided to venture up into the hills to visit the town of Tivoli, about 30 km north-east of Rome, famous for the magnificent gardens of Villa d'Este. ...
We had decided that for our last full day in Rome we'd visit Tivoli. We looked up where the trains would leave from and tried to catch one at 10:30 but failed due to a metro map misunderstanding. The label from one station was interpreted as the label for another, which meant that the metro journey was three times longer than we expected. When we realized we weren't going to make it we decided to walk around until the next train a few hours later. I got a ...
... the Sistine Chapel. Chapel was packed like sardines and everyone is staring up. They say no pictures but that didn't stop the idiot who walked past us with his iPad open snapping away. I snuck one too though. :) After some pizza, we headed out to St. Peter's Basilica. There was a huge line, but it moved pretty quickly. Helped along by the very nice father and son in front of us, who were equally annoyed by the 3 older ladies who cut the line at the last minute. The ...