Hotel Ludovisi Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and walking. Dinner was a shared pizza and much smaller than the previous night before heading back to the hotel to pack for an early start in the morning. We need to be at the train station for the 7.50 to Venice. Breakfast is at 6.45 so we will need to keep moving. Although it is not far we will taxi due to the luggage. Then it is off to Austria with a change from train to bus at Venezia Mestre. See you all ...
... following the signal in my headset. If I started heading in a direction and her voice in my headset faded out I would turn back and go a different way. Finally I spotted the very bright shirt of one of the group members phew!! Afterwards the bus took us close to a popular square and let us out for some free time. Majority of group stopped at the first restaurant they saw but a few of us kept walking and found a really cute cafe. I had pasta with spicy ...
... one last time I was here and this time I did.....we'll see what happens!!! Onto the Pantheon. I was disappointed that it wouldn't be open; it's one of my favourite buildings and I wanted to show Andrew. We kept walking onto Piazza Navona, again packed with people so we kept walking. The bus was picking up the walking group so we met up with them and returned to the hotel for a Nanna nap. Tonight we will go out for ...
Our plane landed right on schedule at 1:00 pm (Rome time; still 7:00 am for us!). We had a 2:15 SIT bus booked into the city, so we had to hurry. After collecting our luggage, we stopped to buy an international sim card for the phone, pick up Roma passes, then it was a mad dash to the bus stop to catch our bus. There was a big crowd of people trying to get on the bus, waiving money at the driver, but we just flashed our reservation printout ...
... the rooms had a wheel that wound have two men and two donkeys turning the wheel for 18 hours a day to bring water up from the aqueduct to water the 2000 horses. Then we were taken to the kings stables which where incredible there were hundreds of arches and it used to be roof with a garden on top of it. We then went to a Mosque, you have to take of your shoes before entering, after that we went to look at the handy craft, embroidery, jewellery, ...