Ai Platani Hotel Moderno
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Without anything pressing today we decided to walk around parts of Rome that are unknown to us. We caught the bus to the Borghese Gardens and stepped off into a local market, heaps of stuff, but not anything we wanted. We discovered Piazza Mincio, an interesting area little known to tourists, it was developed by a group of Italian Architects under the leadership of Gino Coppede in the 1920s, ...
... and shrubs. There are around 20 hens and ducks pottering about, the cockerels are noisily crowing trying to out do each other, one of these is the biggest I have ever seen! We went for our walk in the rain, passing the local thermal spa hotel, where at a price you can enjoy the therapeutic hot springs and treatments. The farms seem to mostly be growing cabbages and cauliflowers in various colours and varieties. The area is flat ...
Tarquinia- founded at the end of the Bronze Age in 12th century BC, later home to the Tarquin Kings of Rome. It now boasts a medieval walled town and Tarquinia Necropolis, given Unesco status in the 90's. After breakfast we drove to the Necropolis and paid to enter, the site has around 6000 tombs of which 200 are painted and around 20 accessible to visitors, now protected by constant temperatures and visible through glass. The entrance is down stepped ...
A quick clean through Dream Catcher before leaving Rome. We paid for the camping and drove out yo the supermarket for a few supplies. In the car park there were a couple of chaps, probably about 30 or so, they were drinking cans of beer sat on the tarmac, it's sad that they don't have anything better to do at 10.30 on. Tuesday morning. We drove bout to the ring road and then on to the motorway we are heading to Tarquinia where there is ...
... a decision to make tonight that could affect the day I arrive in Rome. I am now aware Pope Francis is celebrating a public mass at St Peter's next Wednesday and I think it would provide the perfect end to my pilgrimage if I could arrive in time for it. It would mean one or two much longer walking days in the hot sun between now and then, which I'm not convinced I'm up for right now. I'll let you know when I know. (apologies ...