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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Siviglia Fiuggi
Travel Blogs from Fiuggi
... Bailey... Mmmm nice way to kick off the morning. Continuing on our walk we travelled through to piazza navona again checking out the artists and artwork. Then it was time to try and find the shops, so off we went. We struggled with our maps but after a while of walking we finally saw Fendi and knew we were there. Walked into H&M and bought a few things straight away. Knew we were heading to London in a week or so i limited my spendings to leave ...
... activity, the. Strolled down a few streets coming back to have a coffee. Walked back to the Metro going down & around noticing gates closed not knowing where we were going, finally saw someone who said Metro closed - 9.30pm as they do maintenance so followed him to the bus stop, boy if we weren't hot & bothered then we sure we're when we got to the street. Didn't quite know where we were but a very helpful chap told us what bus to get on. Another good ...
... all around the garden, a bird we rarely hear now in England and the tap, tap tap of a woodpecker. This was a so different yet again to anything we have seen this week and a miracle of clever ideas and a testament to how quickly a garden will establish in such conditions. A lovely Mediterranean salad lunch was taken outside and we took our leave with some regret. Our final afternoon was spent in Frascati at the Aldo Brandini villa and garden and here ...
... 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 ...
... your breath fountains, churches and gelato.
Pedestrian Crossings in Italy do not operate the same as they do in other countries we have come to realise, the rules seem to be as follows
GREEN – Action: Proceed with caution. Result: Possibly killed by traffic.
ORANGE – Action: Proceed with caution. Result: Likely killed by traffic.
RED – Action: Do what you want. Result: Certainly killed by ...