Best Western Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
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... thought that L. designed the bicycle but this is not true - apparently the bike design was done by one of his apprentices. The man, however, was a genius, and there was nothing that didn't seem to interest him. A really worthwhile visit. From here we headed up the hill to the Borghese Gardens, a huge expanse of park land in the middle of Rome. We basically wandered, found coffee and sat in the sun - bliss. It was just as well we had the respite because as soon as ...
... which are pretty incredible places that I wish we could have spent more time in (guess that means I'll just be back eh?), and we were there until the guards kicked us out as it was. The great thing I think about the way we structured our day was we were in the forum at sunset, and the lighting on the buildings was extra incredible, plus the place was relatively quiet and so it was easy to transport myself back through time for a few seconds. I'll probably ...
... restaurant with suited waiters that we wouldn't normally choose. We chose it because Ang had a dire need to use the toilet. It's the most expensive toilet stop we've made. The meal was nice but cost 70 euro, plus we normally give a tip of up to 5 euro depending on the service and cost of the meal. Craig told our waiter that he looks like Denzel Washington and he said he gets told that a lot but isn't as rich as Denzel. A Swedish family sat next to us and we chatted with them a ...
Don't try to do anything quickly. Folks pretty much move at their own pace. That said, trains have generally been right on time, departures and arrivals. Anything else, well...maybe, maybe not. We have learned to give ourselves plenty of time for things like eating, buying train tickets, checking out of the hotel. Sometimes, like today, you end up being an hour wait for your train. But it's better than missing it and/or being stressed. In regard to ...
... how much work the ancient Romans put into their city. The afternoon was spent getting to know the place a little better and the day ended with a walk around St. Peter's Square. On Saturday, we decided to have a cruisy day and so we visited one of Rome's most famous museums, Capitoline. It was full of fantastic sculptures and pieces of art by Michaelangelo and Bernini to name a couple. A real eye opener in the world of art. Afterwards, we got a ...