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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
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... hadnt eaten since brekky (too busy getting lost mostly) The bus finally turned up at about 3.30 and Mario Andretti's Dad was driving this time and so we roared back up the hill to the township again.
We had intended to visit the Villa d'Este as well, but had run out of time. We made up for that by chilling out in the Central Square with wine/beer/chips and watching people getting ready for Halloween. There was a chubby little kid dressed in a ...
... French tourists, plan B should the promised bus not turn up. It did and all was well......well almost, apart from our half hourly train running 25 minutes late and departing minutes before the next one. Never let it be said that we're having a safe, sterile, cushy holiday. Mucking in with the locals is surely all part of the adventure.....We think.
We are both agreed however, that today, Villa D'Este was the beste!
... entrance and we headed in. The line to get into St. Peter's wrapped around half of the wall. We decided that we only had time for one line and this one wouldn't be it. Instead we would stand in line for the Sistine Chapel. We walked around the cathedral area for a while, took pictures and checked out the post office. I was looking for a place to ship things home but this was not the place to do it. ...
... in Italy!). I decided to have some lunch first, as it had taken me quite a long time to get there and it would be at least two hours walking the paths of the gardens and I was going to take my time. I wandered into the town itself and was looking for a Bancomat (an ATM machine) because I was running short of funds again! The place I chose to have lunch did not have card facilities so gave the idea way and decided to buy an apple at the fruit ...
... the coffee is considerably cheaper than if you sit at a table, sometimes a third of the cost. Certainly the best coffees we have had. Our hotel here is an interesting new concept in hotels (called Hotel IQ) and you pay for what you want, for example there is a vending machine on every second floor with food, wine, beers, nibbles etc at grocery prices. A bottle of Chianti for 8 euros. There are also vending machines for toiletries and the things you ...