Park Hotel Costanza
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... through this countryside. It is in Umbria, so I was a bit out about where to stay. Have driven past some fields of sunflowers; some in full bloom and others at various stages of growth. The main highways are getting busier and we have pushed Francesca pretty had, but she is loving it. Thank God we are going into Rome as the number of semis going out is ...
... of waiting to see who would go first. Hehe. We walked past the Rock of truth. It is said that if you put your hand in the mouth and tell a lye then you can't pull your hand out. There was a big line to go up to it so we just walked by. It's crazy how many ruins you walk by in this city. Things just kept getting destroyed then rebuilt. One of the coliseum type places that had two different material because they had started to restore it at one point. We walked through the ...
... a vegetable soup witch came creamed and had some kind of mushroom on top it was lovely. The second course was a Salad with a lovely dressing and goats cheese and red onion in FILO pasty made in a conical shape and baked, and the 3rd course was main meal I ordered the scallops and vegetables, Glenda had fillet steak, which came with vegetable, rice and a beautiful sauce. The whole meal was delicious and I think we will be going back there, really really ...
Expressos: 7, ice creams: 1, artists: Justin Peyser, Andy Warhol, Larry Rivers - Sistine Chapel closed!, police stations/jail cells: 0, boys on scooters - tons - I'm working on it - anyone who's anyone appears to havea scooter in Rome. Today has been a whistle stop tour around baking Rome. As we discovered the Sistine Chapel was closed we started at St Peters and braved all of the stairs to make it to the top. Stunningly beautiful views inside and ...
Definitely got up dusty after last night's farewell party. It was worth it though. Shared a final breakfast with the gang before saying goodbyes as they boarded the Top Deck coach. Hugs all round and it was sad to say goodbye to some great friends. The terrible two will be no more on the tour as Piers will have to fend for himself. I ask a few of the girls to look after the big fella although I don't think he will have many problems going solo. ...
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