Hotel Il Minareto
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the home seat of the Pope and very grand. They have re erected an Egyptian column that was redirected on its way to Constantinople and erected in Circus Maximus around 300AD and was buried and then found and moved to the Basilica around the 1700's . It is the largest in Rome and weighs 455tons. Returned tired after 8 kms of discovery. We spent the evening resting up for our time with Kaye and ...
On our way back to Torre Palombara we stop off in the tiny town of Cesi – we stop for the views over the valley below, for another opportunity to walk through narrow, uphill (and downhill) streets that are all stones – stone walkway, stone building construction – all in different patterns – and always accented with flowers – today, a deep saturated pink – oops, can’t recall the name right now – oh yes, hydrangea! ...
... signal so we can use google maps and directions – not a strong enough signal initially – so he walks uphill a little, disappears around a bend and finds one. And he sees where we are.
When he walks into view, he says we’re not far. By now that compact silver car is returning past us and I signal it to stop – two older woman smiling and asking us in Italian if we’re going to Sacro Speco – that ...
... to take the escalator down, see that she was gone and then come back up and continue on – and so we did! We walked through a piazza and stopped in for a lemon sorbet for Harvey & I had a dark chocolate and mint gelato - sitting and overlooking Spoleto’s version of Rome’s Trevi fountain.
For dinner, we were quite proud of ourselves for finding the Ristorante da Graziano that Leonardo had recommended. It had no sign ...
... quaint spots for an afternoon outing in Umbria – tooling along among friends in your antique cars. It’s a day with a purpose – simple enjoyment.
We’re off to Marmore Falls, a man-made waterfall created by the ancient Romans. It’s one of the tallest in Europe and the tallest man-made waterfall in the world. Its source is a portion of the river Velino after it has flowed through Piediluco Lake which we visited ...