Hotel Shangri La Corsetti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with a fountain on each corner two representing the rivers aniene and tiber and two for the goddess Diana and Juno. We continued past the palazzo barberini which is an almost 500 year old palace bought by a member of the barberini family who later went on to become a pope and subsequently made the palace more or less what it is today it now serves as a national gallery of ancient art. Piazza Barberini is quite large and has the Triton fountain by Bernini and until the 18th ...
... Rome, before we hit the road.
There is another minor brawl over the 'car seating position rotation plan' and the pieces of cake that had been taken for morning tea,from the breakfast bar. Some had been squished and were now being disowned.
We hit the road and sing nursery rhymes until everyone found their happy pants. That was very effective at getting smiles on the dials of the ...
Finally arrived in Roma after 15ish hours of travel...sooooo worth it! Montreal airport was amaaaaazing! I must go back for a real visit (not just the airport). Packed smart and only took carry-on (this was a challenge...left behind shoes and a camera). Oh well, buy more shoes here!! Once we were off the plane all we had to do was look for the guy holding a sign with our name ...
... 80 cents each. Not bad eh! It was a public holiday still in Rome and a Saturday, so Richard was quietly confident of a relatively easy drive into the heart of Rome. Luckily he was correct. We could drive to our hotel, drop off our bags, and then get over to the Avis drop off spot with no drama. Much easier than some of the tiny towns he had negotiated in rural Italy! Then we walked back to our hotel and our room was ready. No rushing out to ...
... for a night in Chiusi, an out-of-the way Tuscan hill village with only one modest hotel. Looking for a place to eat on the night before Easter, we were the first ones to show up for dinner at a place recommended by our cab driver (our 7:15pm arrival was almost comically early by Italian standards, where restaurants are often still full at 10:30pm). But the restaurant was elegant (beautiful tablecloths in a room built a few centuries ago), reasonably-priced, ...