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... rather disappointed that the visit was so short, only lasting 3 hours. Apparently it had to be hurried up due to bus retail or something of that nature. This quick taste, though, makes me want to go back and enjoy the villa and neighboring town all the more. The trip, overall, was a rather sad look at this amazing piece of architecture, but one I want to fully explore some time in the future.
... turns out the people I was with are nearly as cheap as I am and didn’t want to pay entry to the other villas, which were more after the fashion of the museums we’d been avoiding in Rome anyway. Perhaps better was the panoramic view down off the mountains into the plains area from the main park in the town. Before leaving Tivoli in my narrative as at this point I did in person I should mention that it was beyond idyllic for several reasons, ...
... locals’. The bar is called i dolci di Checco er Carettiere and is at via Benedetta 7 just behind piazza Trilussa. It was definitely a favourite haunt for many in the neighbourhood and I tend to agree with the coffee I was given! Like there’s any bad coffee in Italy, well certainly none I’ve come across anyway, but this was particularly smooth and delicious. The pastry was good too! We ordered a ciambella to share because it was quite big and after the ...
... in the Colosseum, sunny this morning and just clouding over now. Things look better in the sunshine so I hope it continues. PS The last part of my journey to Venice was from Villach in the Austrian alps and the scenery was beautiful with lovely contrasts. There was the bright green new growth on the trees in contrast to the dark of the conifers in the forests, and the dark shadows of the mountains highlighted by the sun glistening snow on the ...
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We got up ready for some serious sight-seeing and headed straight to the 'Coloseo’! It was actually a lot better than last time I was there as they have put in museum part which gives a lot of information on the history of it. It started raining while we were in there, so we got our brollys out and wandered off to the Pantheon. By the time we got there the rain was coming ...
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