Hotel Tuscania Panoramico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Florence. It was great to see all of the castles, ruins, and other awesome structures and hilltop towns as crusied up the freeway. We turned off at Orvieti, which was a convenient location to get off the freeway and start hitting some backroads. We saw an amazing town perched up on a hilltop (it turned out to be Orvieti proper), and were excited to pass near it on our way into Tuscany (technically we were still in Umbria). Italian roadsigns ...
... and local wine. After a relaxing and delicious lunch, we were back in the van to our next stop: Hadrian’s Villa.
Nicola accompanied us inside the villa complex, again providing valuable explanatory commentary. Roman Emperor Hadrian decided to build a residence in Tivoli shortly after he began his reign in 117 AD. While now in ruins, what strikes you is the size (120 acres) and complexity of the Villa. Among the many buildings were public baths, ...
... always sleeping in hostels that I'm not quite so eager to go back to camping again. But I stick my chin up, determined to enjoy my evening in this beautiful, peaceful town. I start out by walking to another hilltop outside the walled town, following the traces of an ancient Roman road. There on the hilltop is an old cathedral and a couple of towers. As the sun sets behind the town of Tuscania in front of my and ...
Civetivechia After our busy, hectic, and very tiring day of sightseeing in Rome we hopped a train to a little town about 30 min north of Rome to catch our cruise ship to Barcelona. This cruise was an economical way to get to Spain w o spending too much time in a train and do something kinda cool for Kristin's b day. So after arriving in Civetivechia we hiked to our dock number which was ...
... strength highjacking cruise liner?) Churchill is from India, Melissa from South Africa, and our waiter at dinner from Jamaica.
The ship is very fresh, modern, and full of couples of a certain age. We've had a lifeboat drill that involved carrying big bulky orange vests to our muster post and putting the damned things on, which was awkward, and I got the giggles due to the bottle of champagne we'd found in in our ...