Hotel degli Amici
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we arrived in Rome and it took us a long time to actually get out of the plane. We went into the airport and went to the baggage area to claim our luggage and that also took about 1 and a half hours to do. Once we got our luggage we went to an information desk which didn't really help but we found a place where you hire a bus or mini van and it takes you right to the door of your hotel. There were other people as well so we didn't get ...
... in we went and had lunch at a local cafe. Food was good and very fast, then i went and had a gelato and meet up so we could go inside the villa. The guide also showed us around, first of all there were the rooms with amazing painted walls, then we went out into the garden, where there was lots of waterfalls and fountains. We had time to wander around and explore, the gardens were very beautiful and on a hot day like today was very refreshing to walk around ...
We've spent the last few days in Rome, There really isn't much to tell, it's been one hot sweaty slog from one museum or ruin to another. Throughout the slog, one can't help but wish you studied a bit more classical / biblical history or art history. I have felt pangs of guilt throughout the last week for being uncultured. Though the days have been tiring, we've been treated to some delicious meals. I think I've had some of the best meals of ...
... to stay where we were. Plus we were too tired to run! Eventually he comes back with another couple so they jump in ready to go and we figured we were off, but no....there are still two empty seats! Another 15 minutes later he finally drags two more people down the path, I'm not sure they were coming voluntarily but they weren't game to go anywhere else either with the owner of the company running along behind the driver pointing at his watch and yelling something ...
... the most recognition. I notice a missing part in the ceiling and ask the guide to which she responds that there was an explosion from the magazine nearby in the 1700s which destroyed part of the ceiling but was never retouched. We continue the tour onto the Colosseum but not before a group photo. The group photo included the 45 people on tour (less Magdalena - the mad room mate who chose to stay in the hotel and to do her own thing). Talks about the history of the building and ...