Park Hotel Villa Grazioli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... decided to go to church with them instead. The tour finished with the changing of the Swiss guards outside the basilica, these guards must all be under 30 and from the German part of Switzerland. This afternoon we had a tour booked around the Colosseum and Palatine Hill. We ended up on a bit of an information overload, but at least it leaves tomorrow more free for us now. We had an English speaking Italian archeologist for our tour guide, who was very knowledgable and ...
... The top one was not open to the public today because there was an opera performance being televised from in front of the entrance so we looked through the bottom one. After that many of us took a toilet stop at the public convenience down the road. This has to have the best view of any toilet I've seen and all at a cost of 0,60 Euros. I paid 1 Euro in Orvieto for the same privilege and no view at all! Last but not least we stopped and had ...
... We then spied a form of transport that we had yet to embark on and were soon peddling furiously around the park in a quad-cycle (power assisted, so not too bad). It was very funny; the kids were sitting on the front and shouting out ciao to everyone we passed. Everybody waved back and we all ended up in hysterics. It was Bronte's choice for dinner. Well . . . she's six, never been in Rome before and mostly interested in sausages and snow peas. We suggested that ...
... got our Alfa Romeo car and once Kevin figured out how to go in reverse, we were on our way to Sorrento. Unfortunately, about 1 hour out we got a message from the GPS that the battery was low. We soon figured out that the car charged wasn't working! Jen wrote down the directions before the GPS turned off. Unfortunately, following those directions wasn't easy and we soon realized we were lost. Kevin stopped twice and between that and our crude map we made it to the Costa Alta ...
... hard that night anyway so this day I was paying for that a bit but pushed through the pain anyway. After dinner we went and saw the Arch of Constantine then walked through the city to our bus and headed out to Seven Hills Villiage which is where we stayed.
Seven Hills Villiage was far from heaven. We had cabins which were more like cubby houses, the shower leaked through the room and we were told to be careful of bed bugs as ...