Orto di Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It rained on our last day at Spannochia, which was fine except we were trying to finish a little laundry. There are seriously no dryers anywhere on the estate so we ended up having to pack wet clothes. We packed and played cards, and during the breaks in the rain we walked around the property trying to see anything we may have missed. The sun came …
... have either read about or seen pictures of for years, and then to actually be there in person, and walk where emperors, gladiators, peasants, and wild animals all walked was unreal. It was truly an unforgettable experience. In the Ancient Rome part of the tour we went to the Palatine hill, which is right next to the Colosseum, and where all the Emperors and High State Officials lived. Many parts of their homes (more like little ...
... for a pizza place our host had recommended, but we didn't find it. We saw the Sant'Andrea della Valle church on the way, and across from it decided we would head up a side street (Corso del Rinascimento). We stumbled upon a place called Pizza Rustica, which turned out to be pretty good. The girls had Margherita pizza (later in the evening we discovered the story about its namesake); and we shared our slices around so we could all sample ...
... the graves and the ones with the little glass houses were unusual, I have never seen that before. We wound our way through the countryside seeing meany more wonderful sandstone Villages, Castles, Chateaus, Churches, Squires, Bridges, Farms, Vineyards and so much more. It rained most of the day, but that didn't matter, as we were warm and dry in our little car. We stopped to have coffee at a small village, that had something going on in the squire so we sat and ...
... t know what any men thought but it didn't matter to us. It then came over with a big electrical storm. Thank goodness as it was quite humid but it cooled the air temp down quite a bit. We were told 36 degrees and high humidity. Well back into the coach and off to Rome. Lynda our tour guide, explained what we could expect ( as she has done each day). The traffic was my biggest concern, she told us to show no fear, the drivers sense your fear and you will never get ...