Hotel San Giorgio
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Banquet room
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My colleague at WFP, Chloe, her boyfriend, Ricardo, and I decided to rent a car and do a day-trip through the mountains outside of Rome. We ended up with Rome native Ricardo behind the wheel of a Fiat 500 cruising into the Italian country side. The leaves were just starting ...
Today's adventure occurred in Tivoli. We hopped in the car, taking our lives in our hands with Rome's drivers, and went to see Hadrian's Villa. As we expected, this has been the worse for wear after 2,000 years, but the immense size remains. This is not one villa, but has multiple baths (the Romans sure loved them), banquet and reception areas, even two libraries, a hospital, among many other things. The amount of ...
... lives there, but they moved her to her son's house for the weekend so we could have the space. We couldn't believe they did that. We dropped our bags and went upstairs to their apartment. Luigi was there! Yay! Antonietta immediately offered us something to eat, but we were going to another cousin's shortly for lunch. We chatted for a bit, then we were summoned downstairs - it was time to go to Aquilino's house. ...
... was happy to get in their cabins and have some down time. The cabins on our floor were quite charming- much more luxurious than expected. We all have a window which I am looking forward to look out of as soon as it gets light:). There are comfortable beds and we have our own bathroom with a shower! A few of the rooms are a little more basic, but still have comfie beds and bathroom. We took ...
... and find a tourist oriented place that is still serving so we share a pizza and a beer. Then on to the next "villa". The Villa Gregoriana is a villa without a villa! The actual villa is gone. But the gardens are built up and down a ravine where the Aniene river flows. We started up beside a partly ruined Temple of Vesta which sits on the edge of the precipice. Then you follow a steep, rocky track zig zagging down into the ravine and then back up the other side to the exit. There ...