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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... which added to the charm. Ricardo recommended a hiking area in the Monti Simbruini national reserve, an hour and a half from Rome. Before we got to our hiking destination, we stopped in the charming little village of Subiaco in the midst of several Catholic Monasteries. ...
... have been in there are only two we would not use again, and this is one. It is certainly clean and cute, but very small.
Every place we have been in Italy has had a bidet, but this apartment is so small that they placed it in the shower! We could note we have been familiar with bidets for many years. When we visited Rome in the 70's there was one. We will not tell you what use we "tried" to make of it.
Amazingly, today is our final garden day and as a contrast to gardens of the past, we drove out to visit Giardini della Landriana which occupies 25 acres and was bought by the Taverna family as bare land surrounding the house in 1954, with no garden what so ever. Lavinia Taverna has been the driving force in creating the beautiful garden you now see, together with input from the Landscape Architect Russell Page. It is a clever mix of Italian formality ...
... an entire afternoon free to sit in the library, study, and catch up on homework. I took a break around 5:30 to watch the northern Italy presentation so I could sign up for tours that interest me (yeah, we leave for our northern Italy trip a week from today…). After the meeting I had some time to do some organizing and homework before dinner, which was followed by yet more homework. It’s been a really long day, so I’m going to have to call it a night. Buona note e baci dalla Due ...
... is a larger piazza with some large statues, an obelisk of course, and three churches. Two of the churches are built right next to each other and in the same style, so looking at them right next to each other is aesthetically interesting. We didn't take the time to go into the two of them, so I don't know what they were called, but we attempted to go into the third church across the piazza. I say attempted because they had ...