Hotel Shangri La Corsetti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... used it to hide from the Romans, later extended during the middle ages to include rooms for processing wine, oil, storage, dovecotes. Off course they didnt do all the hard pressing of olives and grapes themselves. They stuck poor donkeys down there who never saw daylight again and just had to walk in a circle in semi darkness for the rest of their days. Oh yes and they kept millions of pigeons down there which is only good for eating before they ...
... even at full recline creating minimal sleep and neck related musculoskeletal issues
- Floor; so far the winner with the addition of two camping mattresses creates the best option thus far
Even with these, she still seems most comfortable napping on the couch between destinations.
We had set aside three days to explore Rome. From the campsite it was a relatively painless journey on a bus, then metro into ...
... time warp architecture about them that brings you seemingly centuries in the past. The streets are made up of miles upon miles of cobblestone squares that even further add to the charm of this renowned city. We wont soon forget our time here and the monuments we've seen but as always our time here has expired. Next on the menu is Santorini, Greece, which I unquestionably couldn't be any more excited for. I can taste the pita bread already.
... so they were hot and cranky. None the less, we persevered, I mean, we were in Rome - and standing outside the Colosseum. A quick history lesson, as big (and as entertaining) as I could make it - to try give this pile of collapsing rocks some meaning. I told the kids in my most theatrical, about how Nero had been a terrible emperor, and after a huge fire had ravaged Rome and burned 1000's of peoples homes to the ground, Nero had reclaimed all the land for himself ...
... dumb luck of fate and the cruel humors of human history conspired to make them the nearest practicable transport hub. Rome IS history. It sweats it. The city veritably groans under the weight of it's own fame, and could never be other.
The day I arrived I walked for 5 hours and covered 11 kilometers of street, doing both an orientation lap and a cursory visit to the various odd spots around the place. Trevi fountain, making more money in a day by tourists ...