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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on a steep slope required innovations in bringing a sufficient water supply, which resulted in beautifully constructed cascades, water tanks, troughs and pools, water jets and fountains in the gardens of the villa. The short trip from Hadrian’s Villa to the Villa ...
... extensive and on various levels due to the shape of the hill. Had we not had the map, we wouldn't have perhaps walked in the directions we did and probably be walking still.
The size and complexity of Villa Adriana is astounding. A separate greek and latin library, both huge, plus "quiet" reading rooms, plus Hadrians personal reading rooms. While almost a small city, it was for Hadrian to manage his empire from afar, ...
... of pictures of flowers in the garden too and there's even a picture of my favourite flower, tulips in full spring regalia!
Afterwards I wandered through the town looking for a meal before taking the train back to Roma. I ended up in a delightful small family owned business and had a fabulous spag bol, salad and a glass of rose to round off the day that turned out to be full of surprises!
... tact was simply stunning. As we walked around, in my mind's eye, I could see how amazingly beautiful this place would have been - white marble colonnades everywhere, bright stucco painted interior walls, huge atriums, mosaics everywhere on every footpath, quadrangle and floor, marble statues, huge olive groves and orchards and the most wonderful view of the valley and mountains. We walked and explored solidly for three hours ...
... the day but nice and quiet in the evenings. It faces into a courtyard which makes it a bit quieter than facing the street. The evening temperatures have been perfect for sleeping with the windows wide open. Tuesday was for Ancient Rome and by the end of it I think that our legs were feeling that old! We started with the Colosseum and then to the Forum and then to the Pantheon. Thank you Rick Steves for great audio guides. We ...