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Travel Blogs from Rome
We arrived in Rome yesterday afternoon and had an interesting time finding our hotel. A hot metro and a confusing bus ride, but we managed to find our way. Our hotel is far from the city center and not close to a subway so we were a bit worried we would have trouble getting into the city. We were so happy to find out our hotel had a shuttle to a …
Toto is the first to leave at 6.30am , then Jean and Barbara at 9am , Ron Ron and birthday girl at 12 noon. Prior to their departure we fitted in a prosseco to wish a buon compleano to Janis, . In between farewells I get the blog up to date. Then in afternoon it's time for a visit to Tivoli.
First a visit to Hadrians Villa
Hadrian was a highly cultured man , with a particular passion for architecture. This extraordinary complex was ...
... our hotel where we met up with the Youngs who finally arrived mid morning after their cancelled flight from Montreal. We found a very nice restaurant close to the hotel where we enjoyed traditional pizza and pasta. Julie was amazed by the skill of the pizza dough tossing chef. He proceeded to flirt with her tossing another dough every time she looked his way! After a little souvenir shopping around the hotel, we went back to the hotel to rest our tired ...
... of the queue, the world's worst photographer commandeers your camera and proceeds to take ONE photo of you posed along side of it. No time for actually looking or interacting - just posing. I insisted he take three - none of which you'll see here because they are so bloody awful! The only form of protest left to us was to not give them a donation before exiting through the adjoining church.
We waded to the next stop and waited an eon for the next bus. It's fair ...
... attentive and the food really was fantastic. We also ended out with two Americans, mother and daughter Florence and Laurel, at the table next to us which helped ease the awkwardness of us feeling slightly under-dressed as we were no longer the loudest and most demanding patrons in the room. But nonetheless we struck up a conversation with them over our dinner and turns out they’re both doctors, and Laurell is a transplant surgeon – ...
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