Hotel Parco dei Principi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... 8211; not very much further on. Lovely seaside town – once again where all the Americans landed. Many boats in the harbour and restaurants along the coast. We had a nice ‘passagetta’ and a coffee before we drove home for more packing and organization. Rome tomorrow! It will be very sad to say goodbye to Toni and his lovely family. Always feel like we will come back ...
... tunnels and towers. The gardens, tiles, plazas, and courtyards were unbelievable. If we had only known how peaceful it was we would have planned the whole day here with lunch and books. Therese was extremely disappointed about the Forum being closed as that was one of her "must sees" (Yet another reason for us to return to Italy!)
The Colosseum was very crowded and the audio guide was not very ...
... All this interfered with the gym visits a bit but we managed and made it to breakfast just before the Restaurant closed at half past
nine. Nick noted the restaurant opens again in 2 hours when we normally turn up for lunch!
The first lecture today was at 1100 and was from the Gorilla Man Professor Harvey Mann entitled ‘Did the Hobbit Really Exist?’ Some years ago a single human skeleton was found in a cave ...
... kill the young man. Robert was hit in the hand, but not seriously wounded then. Roscoe body was buried in the WWII cemetery because his family couldn't afford to bring him home. Until today nobody has ever been to visit Roscoe. Robert was literally a coin flip away from being the one in that cemetery. He was a great young soldier with a promising life and dreams.
After returning from such a powerful day, we decided to stroll around Rome taking ...
... No sign of the Vatican, and no obvious landmark.
We moved off to the southwest, crossed a road, walked one block, found a market, next to a castle, next to the Tiber, and crossed the bridge, which is 50m from our apartment. Genius.
We settled in to our cute apartment, and wandered off to Piazza Navona, stopping briefly for gelati to fortify us for the stroll. Back via the mini-mart and the botega for a bottle of vino bianco, cooking a pasta carbonara for ...