Balletti Park Hotel
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... br> Between the thermal pools, salt bath, essential oil infused showers, mud bath, and saunas, I was completely and utterly relaxed 3 hours later. A few of us capped of the visit with a spritz (an Italian cocktail), and then we boarded the bus for the two hour trip back to Rome.
This was the perfect day excursion out of the city...I made a few new friends, ate a lovely meal, and laughed my way through the whole trip!
... and Pecorino cheese warmed us up as we had our own Aperativo inside our flat. After a late dinner again we walked the ramparts and took in the Duomo at night. There was ************e around which seemed strange after all the crowds of the other cities. The next morning after breakfast at the local cafe we climbed the clock tower, visited the Duomo again, packed up and retraced our steps back to the rail where we hopped on the train to Naples, then To ...
We met Andy and Lucie for breakfast this morning at the Traiano buffet. They arrived from Clermont Ferrand, France shortly after midnight last night via train to Paris, flight to Rome and shuttle to Civitavecchia. We gathered in the hotel lobby at 11:00 to catch the complimentary hotel shuttle to the port. After a brief ride to the port, and no more than a 15 minute checkin process and we were seated in the Ocean View Cafe on the 15th deck having a drink ...
... it hard enough in gym classes to go in the right direction in mirror image of the instructor). I wont even attempt to describe the Sistine chapel. All I can say is if you have never been, put it on your bucket list!!!
Next stop was the Piazza Navone. We were starving by now from all the walking and having had an early breakfast. It proved quite a challenge holding and eating pizza, taking photos, guarding ones possessions against pickpockets, looking at the ...
... international calls. I find a quiet plaza. where senior citizens sit in the shade. I'm not sure if I can count them as an "audience" since they were there before me. But one does comment at the end that he likes my music... I head down the coast where there's a giant statue of a sailor kissing a girl--like that famous end of WW II photo... Figuring I've seen what there is to see, I figure it's time to head north back to the region that I've been postponing long enough: ...