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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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... the top making quite a statement. It is a fine area with substantial buildings and Embassies. From there we walked south around the Politinico, a student district and on past Porta Maggiore, the ancient gate into Rome, dated 44AD, then Basilica San Giovanni in Laterano. There was a religious festival happening, lots of nuns and priests praising St Bernadette. This Basilica ,much ...
... up and it would fit in the tight space so he returned to the shop and bought one, then fixed it in. We hadn't planned to go far today in fact only 40 kilometres to Viterbo. There is a B & B that has camper stop places, the coordinates we gave to Doris got us there. This is a farming and grape area, the properties are all large detached houses that look very nice. The place we are stopping has a very large garden ...
... most are in excellent condition. From the paintings historians have been able to learn a lot about the people of this time, it is a unique site and well worth visiting. We had lunch and then walked into the town to visit the museum which is housed in the exquisite Palazzo Vitelleschi a courtyard centred house. The museum contains finds from the Necropolis including painted carved tombs, a terracotta frieze of winged horses, and pottery, personal items, ...
... into St Peters. On enquiry we discovered that St Peters would be closed until 2:30 and there would then be queues to get in, so we decided to walk around the square and then to go into the Vatican museum, if the queues were not too long. Adriana waited for us and then drove us around to the entrance of the museum – surprisingly there were no queues and even though we had limited time and one could easily spend a whole day there, we wanted to see the Sistine chapel and boy ...
... me in Italian. I'm surprised and happy he understands me!
The train arrives just after 3:00 pm and the crowd of passengers spill out of the train doors. It's so great to see familiar faces when I spot Anita and Brittany in the crowd. Since it's still raining, we decide to take a taxi to the B&B where they are staying.
Once they are settled in and the rain stopped we took a nice walking tour around ...