Hotel San Marco
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up and down the steep 15 minute walk in the little town (where the car was parked) an extra time looking for it! By that time it was getting dark and stormy and we had to find our way to our next stop, Tarquinia.
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... the teacher because everyone was getting dressed for the "Halloween party". We hadn't been able to celebrate Halloween on the actual day because we were on a silent retreat, so we had that moved to today. Since there was no philosophy discussion (because no one showed up) I headed back to the dorm to see what I'd wear. I ended up dressing up as Maggie. Patagonia on, hair in a braid/bun thing, and water bottle of ice in hand I proceeded to confuse many people. Any one who knows ...
The Garden of Ninfa is a landscape garden in the territory of Cisterna di Latina, in the province of Latina, central Italy. The park has an area of 105 hectares, and is an Italian natural monument. Bucket List item successfully accomplished. We have planned our entire trip around this place. Only open one Sunday each month, and closed from November 3rd for the Winter. The beautiful Gardens of ...
... that night at 8:15pm (still catching up from the day we missed class for harvest). We got what we needed and were on the metro with what we thought was barely enough time to make the last bus to take us to campus. However, towards the end of the metro ride it started slowing down and wasn’t following its usual pace. Due to this we had to be those people who sprint off the metro when it comes to its finals top to try to catch the bus. Fortunately for us, we made it just in ...
... 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 ...