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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8221;, he said “I know him. Don’t’ expect me to be like him. People from Napoli are very 'theatrical’ and I cannot be like that.”
Tivoli is located on an ancient road that still connects it to Rome. The area was then and is still now known for its Travertine marble quarries and its water. The Tivoli area was the source for two of the early Roman aqueducts. We arrived in town and made a “comfort stop” at a café. ...
... br> We soon turn of the Autostrazza and head eastwards until we reach the town of Bracciano. We are not stopping here but as we reach the southern end of the town we make a stop so that we can take pictures of the impressive Castello Orsini-Odescalchi. Back in the 15th century is was the feudal home of the Papal families of Borgia and Orsini. In more recent times it has formed the backdrop of many a celebrity wedding such as Tom Cruise and ...
... Amazing for a family from Australia! The Spanish Steps, pasta for dinner, Italian Pizza, home made risotto and history so old, it at times felt, unbelievable that architecture, art, paintings or sculptures could actually be that old. Older than the country of ours? I will let the photos do the talking for me, but rest assured, we will return to this most enchanting ...
After leaving Giglio we spent one night at anchor at the small island of Giunnutri a few nm south of Giglio and then sailed to Civitavecchia, a proper marina with all mod cons! Civitavecchia is the main port servicing Rome for cruise ships, ferries and sailors.
After tying up the first thing I did was head straight for the shower block to freshen up, colour my hair and dry it with a hairdryer! Oh bliss the shower was hot ...
... to walk around. She gave us no direction so we walked around but I’m not sure we saw the highlights. It was a beautiful sunny day so that made it very pleasant and we took several pictures.
From there we had an unscheduled stop at the Church of San Pietro. It was fascinating and dated back to the fifth century. Originally a Byzantine church, it changed hands depending on who conquered the land and ...