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TravelPod Member ReviewsAltavilla Hotel Viterbo
The room we were in had a tiny bathroom with a strang shower and was on a busy street, however, the buffet breakfast included in the price was amazing.
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... while. The GPS has worked pretty well but got its knickers in a twist over the one way system in Bracciano, which is where we became separated.
We finished the day in the charming hilltop town of Montefiascone - the only thing not quite so charming was the climb up to the place - the clue is in the name! At least the first bit tomorrow will be downhill!
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Went to Bomarzo yesterday to go to the monster garden, where there are stautes that were carved from voclanic rock in the 1500's. It was expensive to get in and the statues weren't all that impressive. It was a pretty day though and we met a really nice Columbian professor that helped us find the bus station to get back to Viterbo, I got a proschetta ...
Caught the 11am train from Fabro to Rome. Walked through part of the city to lunch and then on to the Trevi fountain... Which was under construction!! Disappointing. Then after much confusion with transport we made it to the war cemetary to see the grave of mums uncle (died age 21 after ...
... to Viterbo. After lunch at an Indian restaurant, a nice change of pace from Italian food, we walked into the center of town. It took a bit of wandering, but at last we found the papal palace. Unfortunately, due to the combination of it being a Monday and a holiday, the palace wasn't open. However, we were able to enter the cathedral, which had been built on top of an ...
... take up more room in our already full backpacks. The only useful prize we won that week was also on the first day when we attended an introductory meeting and Micaela pulled out our room out of a hat to get us a half price day excursion that we put towards Tunisia. That first night we were introduced to our assigned dinner companions for the rest of the week; an older couple from Copenhagen, a middle-aged man from Scotland, and last but not least, ...