Golden Tulip Rome Airport
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With our decision to ditch the Viterbo part of our itinerary, we were left with an extra day to fill in. We decided to decamp to a hotel closer to the airport to reduce any stress in getting to the plane on time on the 30th. The Golden Tulip Hotel (I'm not kidding) has a shuttle bus service to Rome with the strange departure time of 11am or later, …
The main reason for visiting Tivoli is to visit the amazing water garden at Villa d'Este. As it is closed on Mondays, we got an early start so that we could beat the bus loads of tour groups.
The Villa itself was open and we were able to see many of the rooms, but there was no furniture in any of them, and some of them were being used for an …
Saturday 25th July
we left the Accademia Hotel in Rome at 12.15pm and taxied out to the Golden Tuplip Hotel where we stayed for one night close to the Airport, and meet Judy and Pip, and the team ready for our flight to Olbia, Sardinya to board the boat for our ten day holiday.
When we arrived at the hotel, we checked in and was told we …
... opportunity, and with a supportive and courageous travel partner, I quickly planned how we could walk the center of Rome in 8 hours. So two buses, two regional trains and several metros we got ourselves into Rome (about 26km), had lunch at the colosseum, walks the forum, Piazza Venezia, Trevi fountains, the Spanish steps, and spent some time at the Vatican. Back to the hotel for w let dinner, and then to the airport on Sunday morning.
Hope you enjoyed the ramblings. Till next ...
... I returned to the hostel to put my clothes to dry and spent a few hours indoors, sleeping and writing, before the day cooled a little. The June Solstice is less than a week away so when I departed a little after 7 pm to explore a section of the old quarter, the city was still bathed in bright sunshine.
The 14th of June was also the day Italy and England took on each other in their opening World Cup campaigns and the excitement in Palermo was palpable, ...