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... basketball.... General kid heaven. I enjoyed wasting the day on my deck chair! Kurt and I went and played the Xbox challenge where I got smoked by him since I have no idea how to use a controller. We had dinner in animators palette tonight, and it was fun watching the drawings get more filled in, and color added! At the end they became animated, and then they started playing the ending music from fantasmic, and sorcerer ...
... Never seen anything quite like it. And the Sistine chapel was phenomenal. Sadly was not allowed to take pics. From there we went to the Trevi fountain. A landmark that I'd heard of but was blown away when we turned the corner of a busy street and there is was! Again, hundreds of people and everyone trying to get the same picture. It was chaotic! We sat for a bit and ate the best ice cream (gelato) I'd ever ...
Left Sorrento today a much cloudier day than The previous day on our way to Rome. First stop was Morning stop at Pompeii which according to our tour director was closed due to a strike. We were herded into a cameo factory which miraculously was not closed. Anyway once the factory visit was finished our guide arrived and at 11 am the strike ended. We commenced ...
... 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 ...
... he was so happy and waving constantly, stopping occasionally to kiss a baby or touch someone, we were ecstatic! We actually saw the Pope, in Rome! What an experience! 10.30am After Pope Francis had gone through, we headed down to the Colosseum via taxi as it would have taken a good 40-50min walk and we don't really have enough time to get lost on the way as well :) we were told on the train that Colosseum tickets also gain you entry into the Palatino and Roman Forum, and vice ...
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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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