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... Castel Gandolpho. Right. Now getting to the hills and find Albano, this rings a bell... All I have to do is stay up in the mountains and I'll find it right?
As I drive along I see Ariccia. Picture postcard stuff. Stop this aiming and thinking I'm right and try the GPS again, nothing. Ring a few people and vent... Now I get out and walk around Ariccia, take some fantastic photos, and take in a hilltop village. Tourists are just sort of arriving, it has ...
... and strolled down the beautiful streets and many portico's . I had lunch at a nice little cafe that had wi- fi. Now we are on to Padua . A week of planning and prep, and we made it. Brian is at Grant's - thank you Kelly & Jeff! Bella is at the Vets and our wonderful neighbors are looking after Oreo, Callie and our new turtle friend! Italy here we are! The flight was longer than any other flight we have been on, it was difficult to ...
... Diaries, but for those of you who have- he waved to the crowds like Julie Andrews does when saying "thank you for being here today". He was sooo cute, he just sat there on his golden chair in his white garments smiling and waving.
For me, the best part of that entire event was how unified everyone was. At that moment, it did not matter what part of the world you were from or what tongue you spoke. Everyone was connected by a mutual understanding and ...
... Museum and went off to find Trajan's Column. Tia had studied the Column and its images, so she really wanted to see it. We got a little lost and almost gave up hope, but 31 smart cars later we finally found the Column hiding in plain sight. We then headed to the Pantheon (via a shoe store since Tia's shoes finally gave out after 8 countries and countless miles, may they rest in peace). The Pantheon might just be my favorite building of ...
... was breath taking.
At this point I was really excited, with the Colosseum in sight I headed off. I wald past the Colonna Triana and Mercati Trainai and decided to stop in and grab a piece of pizza which cost 4 euro. It was good and would hold me over for a while. Just past noon my battery for my camera was alady half dead. I originally had planned on saving the Colosseum for last, but decided to go to the Colosseum first, then the FOrum and then the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed