Hotel Helvetia Thermal SPA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Porretta Terme
... but the situation is unavoidable. We jump in the car and drive off and then I realise I have left 'Wally' behind. I tell David not to worry about it but he insists we go back and get 'Wally' and so it's a memorable 'trip around the block'. Sitting there right where I left him is my treasured 'Wally'!
Second attempt and negotiating the route out of Rome is challenging, as the GPS seems to be just a tad slow, and I miss telling David one turn off (remember we ...
... breakfast in a cafe. A gorgeous place, Gilli is a favorite of Jeanne's. We stood at the bar, of course, the only way to do it. We ordered two cappuccinos, and I got a tiny ricotta pie and another charming pastry, and Jake got an apple tart. All amazing. And then we were off to the monk cells at San Marco. At San Marco we saw the cells of Cosimo di Medici who kept a cell for meditation and reflection, as well as the cell of Savonarola. I was spellbound by Fra ...
... reluctant trio began the long steep trudge back up the mountain path to the campsite.
Before we reached the safety of the motorhome, Signora spotted a deadly foe snaking across the lane. A line of processionary caterpillars. If I sniffed these hairy beasts, it could be curtains, their hairs contain a potentially leathal poison for dogs!!
Fino alla prossima volta,
Bruno (Il Cane)
... I got a photo of David and Neptune and a couple of beautiful churches. We got to the hotel about 6pm and Then we have dinner together at 7pm. Dinner over. And ready for bed. It's 9pm. We have never gone to bed that early in our lives but if you stay up any later then you canno cope the next day. Talk to you all again tomorrow Love Mum and ...
Wanted to finish the main sights unseen in Rome. Quick breakfast then tried bussing to the Trastevere district. My changeover at the Colloseo landed me at Pyramide station. Should have paid more attention as no bridge had been crossed. The gates, walls and pyramid was interesting enough though. Took another bus that landed me in the middle of Trastevere and its leafy boulevard. Up ...