Torre Sant'Angelo Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... I am sooo excited to get my fix of eggs, bacon, and toast tomorrow. BACON! Time permitting, we may go to Testaccio and explore for a few hours too.
Last weekend, we had a school trip to Palestrina and Tivoli. We started at Villa Adriana and explored some ruins and an exhibit of greek statues. There were some pretty beautiful overlooks and views with the mountains behind us. After exploring, we were able to continue on to the Tivoli gardens. In order to ...
... his sculpture. Did pop our heads into the church, but as a service was about to start, left. Did have time to notice chandeliers throughout.
Why not. Off to Villa Gregoriana. Not a building as its name might suggest, but an extensive parkland created out of and through a gorge carved by the original path of the Aniene River. The Aniene River courses through the town of Tivoli before plunging over 130m to a series of pools and ...
... front of me, within reach and I missed it! I had wondered why I attempted this part of the holiday alone and now I knew it - my 'ah ha' moment had arrived and it would never have occurred to me if I was travelling with another person!
I debated whether to write this part in, because it is so personal and vulnerable to do so. However, it is an important part of this journey. If I had got back on the train, I would have ...
Weather - warm but overcast I was up at 6.00-am this morning because I wanted to ring Sharna when I knew she would be available. Yay, got to speak with my girl. We had a lovely breakfast served to us by Francesca at our B & B then afterwards we walked for half an hour to Roma Termini. We were going to Tivoli for the day to visit Villa d'Est and It's gardens and thought we needed to leave from Roma Termini, but we didn't, we needed to leave from Roma Tiburtina station ...
... intimidated by the long lines and so instead the family walked to San Clemente, which has the most extensive catacombs in Rome. Deep underground there is a well and a first century AD temple to the Persian god Mishras. It was dark, damp and spooky, and Caitlin enjoyed taking her own dark routes through history.
Our Hotel, Hotel Alpi, had little in common with ...