Orto di Roma
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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 …
... the front part. I have my own entrance, bedroom, bathroom and kitchen, and access to the privately owned garden terrace that she never uses. Gated entrance with a doorman. No TV, and of course, no Wifi. Adele is a journalist and handed me a copy of her autobiography the day I moved in called, Storia d’amore e schiavitu, which translates to a Story of Love and Slavery. We bonded instantly (oh the drama!) and I think she cares too much about my well-being which is why ...
... no one dared touch or throw a coin into. It was a peaceful area, and it's beauty was astonishing. All in all, Rome is an amazing city full of astonishing beauty. I'm excited to go back out tomorrow. I want to see more and enjoy the warmth, and push myself into the culture. I want to see more of the Baths and other garden scenes and fountains, and enjoy more authentic architecture and food. I can tell from what I've scene so far, this will be a great ...
... on through the city centre, winding our way back along the narrow streets, coming across amazing and ancient architecture at every turn.
Jase was keen to take some more pics of the Vatican from the outside and I’d heard of a Gelatoria that was highly recommended nearby, so we criss-crossed the city on our way back and after a lengthy search for a Vatican magnet, enjoyed a massive gelato in the sun, before heading ...
Tired out we walked to the catacombes but it was closed. We decided to head back for our Ancient Rome Tour. We had lunch in Rome and then headed to the meeting point of our tour group. It was a bus trip to our actual meeting point. We left Piazza San Bernardo, which was adorned by Moses' Fountain, we headed towards the Piazza Venezia where we crossed the square. We admired the Memorial of King Vittorio Emanuele II and also the Tomb of an unknown Soldier.