NH Vittorio Veneto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... leg of the day. The aire where we will sleep tonight is near Nice, where we will spend time tomorrow. However, when we arrive it is small and full, so we find a small, quiet industrial road where we park in an area not designated for a particular business, hoping to minimise disruption in the morning.
We awake early as the road we have parked on, despite being small, is incredibly busy from 6:30 am, with cars whizzing up and down it. We make the best of it and ...
... Next, it started raining. And I made the dumb comment of saying, "Well, it's not too bad when it rains." Commence pouring rain. Bad idea. But anyways, we still went to the piazza and visited the right of the two churches (other one closed for Mass) and then walking all the way to the Spanish Steps. These also gave a lovely view of Rome (sorry no picture). Then Jessie really wanted gelato from Frigidarium, therefore we began our long track in the pouring rain across the city of ...
... in areas we hadn't seen before and went north along the river. It doesn't matter where you go in old Rome as there is always a picture to be had every block. We purchased some cut up fruit and Ang bought more children's novelties from street vendors including cardboard Disney characters that dance to music. We crossed the river into Piazza del Popolo. This is a big picturesque square that we hadn't seen before but was marked on our map. We had lunch outside in the square at a ...
... had popped over to Rome for a long weekend to celebrate her birthday. Wouldn't it be amazing to be able to do that. They talked about the expense, but the fun of living in London, but are planning on moving to Aussie, where they think they will get ahead quicker. She was a lawyer and he a high level cable joiner.
Good news! The batteries appear to have charged, although we'll have to keep fingers crossed about retrieving those ...
... The marble is so beautiful! Then a night time exploration of the city and some very beautiful photos. I have more to add, be patient :) I spent 8 hours walking around Rome. taking pictures with my iPad and when that died, with my phone. There is so much to see and I wish I had had more battery power. But now you understand why this particular day has so many ...