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Travel Blogs from Frascati
Arrival in Italy And so, it begins. We left Houston on Tuesday afternoon on British Airways. Despite all of the horror stories on the news, our transit of the new Terminal 5 at Heathrow was almost painless. Painless, but not cheap! We had a 5+ hour layover and breakfast in the terminal set us back about $35. We both dozed some on the flight to Rome …
We went to Castelini Romani area, just outside Rome in the oiler hills to celebrate my birthday. It was really nice as Brett had a groupon for dinner and room, then we also visited several little hillside town throughout the weekend. Many are tucked way surrounding lakes of the area and even the Pope visited the same weekend...I'm sure to celebrate my birthday with a few thousand other friends of mine too!! Friday we drove up to Frascati area and after ceck-in, we drove around to ...
... continued to the Naples train station with our driver. We
thought that our train was leaving at 6:00 p.m., but Leslie had read
the ticket wrong and the train was to leave at 4:50 p.m. Luckily, we
arrived at the train station in plenty of time to catch the train.
The error caused some tense moments for Leslie because she felt
responsible for us, but no harm, no foul. We drank a complimentary
glass of Proseco on the train and felt that life was ...
... was through customes as quick as a wink with her 'Irish Passport' and I had to wait for the ‘skip’ to get through normally passport checks….hang on …who was born in Italy????
it was fantastic, i walked straight through...yes i had to wait for Mikes on the other side but who cared!!!
After going through customs we found our driver (Giorgio) easy enough and he drove us into the heart of ‘old’ Rome…one street ...
Left Rome on the train and bailed out after around an hour and a half in the small town of Orvieto. We collected our car, a lovely little diesel Peugot (I think that is how you spell it) near the train station. Before heading on, we went into the main part of town which entailed a ride in a funicular (cable car) and then a small mini bus as the town is perched on ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility