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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Public Transport to Tivoli and Hadrian's Villa? How hard could that be we ask? Good news was that 1.It was fine and sunny, 2. It was cheap - about EUR6 each way on Metro and two buses for both of us.
Our landlord told us it was easy and the bus driver would be helpful. Hmmm. Not so much. Silent in fact. Man next to us was too helpful and buggered us us completely by telling us not to get off in Tivoli itself, hard to know really as there was ...
... and enjoyed our midday snack here and took too many photos, see below. All the water created a cooling effect which was refreshing given that it's been over 30C since we arrived in this country (not complaining, probably boasting).
Now off to Hadrian's Villa (known as Villa Adriana). Hmmm, too far to walk, random and misleading signage, so...a shuttle???. After standing with many other people at a bench, which ...
... the menu. Roberto and the waiter were quite concerned that we were only having 2 courses, and while accepting our decision, weren't happy. In the middle of dinner, we were given large "tastes" of pizza, and while delicious, more than we had anticipated eating. A good job we had a L of red wine to wash it all down. Then dessert. Chocolate pudding with a moulten centre. To refuse would have been exceptionally bad manners. We smiled and ...
... Had pizza in our room , 25 minute break and onto the Vatican. We toured the museum and Sistine chapel after hours went straight in , loved the Raphael rooms , there were 4 rooms of his artwork. Then saw tapestries and Lots of carvings. Couldn't go into Basilica because Pope was having an ordination of a cardinal at 5 so it was closed. Then went into Sistine Chapel no ...
... to Tiburtina Station, which is also on the B line. The line has an offshoort to Conca D'ora which I didn't think I was on! Oh well, I had to change platforms and go back one and wait for the next train to Rebbibba and get off at Tiburtina.
Tiburtina contains the meto station but also there is a giant station for the trains going to other places (such as Venice, Milan, Florence) so it is a matter of going from the metro station to ...