Hotel Shangri La Corsetti
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... And now we are off to the Colosseum! After another quick 500 yard walk, some trivia info about the local vegitation plant life in the area, James stops in front of the Colosseum to offer some tips for viewing the Colosseum. Off we go, weaving through the lines of people who are queued to enter the Colosseum and heading for the "skip the line" gate. Once inside, the Colosseum corridors appear much larger than expected. We are told about how the Colosseum was ...
... on a spritz to toast our first day in Rome.
We stopped at ‘American La Dolce Vita’ on Via Andrea Doria. Here, the waitress gave us two plates each of a cold pasta salad and a plate of mini pizzette with savoury pastries.
The bar, which hosted its guests with tables on the pavement, was filled with locals enjoying an enchanting spring evening. And, as we sipped on the drinks, this perfect drink embodied our joy of a successful first ...
... made it back before 2pm and we are off to Sorrento! Again Michelle and I were stuffed in the back for a three hour car trip. This time it was Kevin, dad, Michelle and I so we got a little turned around and lost. We get to one point and there was no way the car was going to fit in the alleyway and turned out we were in the wrong town. This shop owner gets on his scooter and shows us to this hotel, which wasn't where we were going. The lady came out and told us how to get back ...
We arrived at the second major train station in Rome, Tiburtina station, at dusk. Our hotel was a 2km walk from the station but after we passed through all of the 'undesirables' outside the station we realised it was a pretty nice neighbourhood. The bloke that checked us into our hotel was a bit strange but luckily a pretty nice place to stay. The hotel was roughly 5km from the city for some reason we had to leave our keys with reception every time we left so we didn't lose the ...
... Julia and her 2 youngest children Charlotte and
Oliver. We played a lot of table tennis, went for country walks and carved out
pumpkins for Halloween. We ate super in the dark with only the candles for
light and we felt very remote and spooky. On the way to airport we visited the
Leaning Tower in Pisa, another amazing sight as it was leaning so much it looked
like it was going to fall over.