Torre Sant'Angelo Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the right bus stop. Mario Andretti was driving the bus and we (packed bus) screamed down through hairpin bends and steep inclines (thank god we were against the hill most of the time) and surprisingly delivered us safely to our destination.
For such a significant piece of historical land, it was remarkably unsupervised. A bored ticket lady, a closed cafe, another bored lady sitting next to a huge plastic model of the place in the visitor ...
... large pools, it was a dry dusty affair that covered 120 ha of land, no we didn't walk it all but it felt like it. It was really interesting though and it was fascinating to wander around these ruins imagining how they lived nearly 2000 years ago.
Time to go home......huh......2 buses came, we tried to get on, both drivers said "no Tivoli". Bec's patience by now was just starting to show faint cracks and she refused to ...
Have been keen to go here since seeing it on month dons Italian gardens series. Having had a hectic time in rome I decided to take the weight off and let a tour guide shepherd me around.
Although I'd have liked a bit longer to amble I was pleasantly surprised that it wasn't packed out with people.
Got some nice shots of the famous ...
After a very unrestful night, we woke up and got ready to go to the big city. While the hotel was nice, it had an interesting sense of style and paper thin walls. We heard every TV, conversation and restroom use all night. It doesn't help that Italians seem to speak very loudly and all night long. Either way we were excited to see Rome. When we asked the receptionist how to get to Vatican City, she told us ...
... lovely being on a journey again! My Mother used to say that the journey is the best part! I have to agree with her as you don't have any preconception of what is going to happen. Once you are on your way, you can enjoy and feel the anticipation grow!
It was lovely to see countryside again as gradually the city got left behind and the hills became closer and really they are small mountains when you get up to them! The countryside is ...