Hotel Le Najadi
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... to the west over the water ...looking out over many islands . We are met with such passion from the staff Met this group of Aussies 19 in total here for someone's 50th.... so all partying pretty hard ..they are such a laugh !! We joined them for their evening group meeting.... Very funny. Do have to love Aussie crazy humor Another fab sunset in the world ...just drinks and easy ...
... by a wonderful Italian restaurant. Both of us tried a different spaghetti dish :) yum yum. Once finished with dinner we headed onward to the Trevi Fountain that was sadly under construction. It was still pouring rain so we weren't to disappointed. At this point we were soaked again and started speed walking back to the hotel. During our trip back we took the train and witnessed the very first pick pocketer which Tommy was surprised to see that ...
... Our final car ride took us south to the ruins of Ostia Antica - the port city of Ancient Rome. Jenna and I have been reading a series of books set in Ancient Rome - the first being "The Thieves of Ostia", which was - wait for it - set in Ostia! We were taken aback by how big the ruined city is! And by how much remains (haha) of the city. We climbed walls and stairs, peered into tunnels, gazed at the remnants of frescoes, hopped on the pieces of Roman roads and tried to figure ...
... The hotel was gorgeous and Sam and I shared a king size bed! Woohoo! We went to get some Italian pizza and then we ended up getting one of everything without even ordering. It was so insane and definitely more expensive than anticipated but it was about 9 usd for copious amounts of pizza from Italy so I can't complain! We woke up to a huge buffet of complimentary breakfast and are now ROMEWARD BOUND! I'm gonna need my Italian coffee and gelato :) ill let ya know his Rome is :) ...
Yesterday we visited the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Square. I think the Vatican was more crowded than Disney World! Tons of large tour groups and, in terms of the number of people, rather unpleasant. Despite all the people, we saw some really cool things, including, of course, the Sistine Chapel. Just absolutely fabulous!! The last time I (Bonnie) was here, they were doing ...