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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hadnt eaten since brekky (too busy getting lost mostly) The bus finally turned up at about 3.30 and Mario Andretti's Dad was driving this time and so we roared back up the hill to the township again.
We had intended to visit the Villa d'Este as well, but had run out of time. We made up for that by chilling out in the Central Square with wine/beer/chips and watching people getting ready for Halloween. There was a chubby little kid dressed in a ...
... enjoyed by the shade of some trees and then we discussed with the French tourists, plan B should the promised bus not turn up. It did and all was well......almost, apart from our half hourly train running 25 minutes late and departing minutes before the next one. Never let it be said that we're having a safe, sterile, cushy holiday. Mucking in with the locals is surely all part of the adventure.....We think. We are both agreed however, that today, Villa D'Este was the beste!
... shop and combine it with my banana and the bottle of water, would suffice for a drink. The lady in the fruit stop refused to take money for the apple which I thought was the sweetest thing! I thanked her very much in Italian of course and I sat in the Piazza and ate it looking at the beautiful old part of town and gazed outwards to the countryside all around me, hills rising all around and people going about their daily life. No tourists ...
... manic Sorrentine drivers who pull out whenever and wherever they want. It added a good hour onto our journey, which was long enough anyway. Tivoli itself is also set on a hill and from a distance looks as quaint as the villages we have seen over the last two weeks. Sorry, reader, it isn't. It's actually a little gritty to be honest. Yes it is home to a few amazing villas, but it seems a bit run down. There is a pedestrianised area and little back streets of palaces but they are all ...
... we pulled into the park lot that wasn't looking promising. It was packed. It looked like the villa was going to be packed. We drove slowly through the lot and people were staring at us. By the end of the parking lot, crowded with cars and people, and us going 3 mph we arrived at a VESPA tour group all waiting for the police to block off the roads to have their rally ride. Yet we needed to go through them to get out of the end of the parking lot, into the town ...
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