Orto di Roma
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... had expected, it was unfortunately not operating due to the need for repairs. It is still beautiful even without the water. Along the walk we enjoyed a very nice lunch on one of the quiet side streets, even changing our pizza routine by ordering a wonderful homemade lasagna.
Tired from our walk, we he head back to the Grand Flora. We really enjoyed our stay here, the room was beautiful and the staff were all exceptional!
... match of the 1990 FIFA World Cup), the Villaggio Olimpico (Olympic Village, created to host the athletes and redeveloped after the games as a residential district), ecc. Rome made a bid to host the 2020 Summer Olympics but it was withdrawn before the deadline for applicant files.
... 150,000 spectators. Today it is a public park and looks nothing like the original, you wouldn’t even know it was Circus Maximus without being told. The next stop I got off at was Piazza Venezia – a central hub of Rome where many main streets connect. It takes its name from Venice ("Venezia" in Italian), after the Venetian Cardinal, Pietro Barbo (later ...
... tunnels and towers. The gardens, tiles, plazas, and courtyards were unbelievable. If we had only known how peaceful it was we would have planned the whole day here with lunch and books. Therese was extremely disappointed about the Forum being closed as that was one of her "must sees" (Yet another reason for us to return to Italy!)
The Colosseum was very crowded and the audio guide was not very ...
What a fabulous day - sun is shining - tummy is full - and sitting in the garden listening to the cicadas in the trees. Our delightful host, Sante has just offered to drive us into town as he has to do some messages - with delight we accept and soon find ourselves back in Piazza Navona viewing the work of local artists and taking photos again. A wander through to Campo Di fiori and lunch in a Piazza restaurant after buying some fruit and nuts. ...