Hotel Principe Di Piemonte
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Principe Di Piemonte Rome
Stunning hotel we stopped in for only one night on our way to Florence.
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We are traveling up the coast of Italy on our way to Florence. We stopped over in a small town called San Gimigniano. A sweet, hill town with self-proclaimed best gelato in the world. We are spending the night tonight in Viagreggio which is a beach resort on the coast of Tuscany.
... bit scary.
Next we watched a man with two budgies on his shoulder walking along the street. He walked up to some pretty English lasses, and placed a budgie on her shoulder. Oooo,s and ahhhhh,s all around, photos taken, then he asked them for money. I don't feel so stupid now. But I did say to steve if they come up to me with a budgie I will pull its fkn head off.
Tired and hot , we made it home through passageways and corridors, market ally ways and Came across ...
... about time had ruined our relaxed post-Aperol spritz buzz). But, with the taxi we made it in plenty of time.
Once we had our tickets, we sat in the park watching the Italian children playing until it was time to go in. We enjoyed the museum - Daphne and Apollo was my favorite while P liked Caravaggio's St Jerome. I do wish the paintings were labelled individually in English. Using the cards provided in each room ...
... capped another busy and amazing day. Back at the hostel now (and without internet again, so this entry will have to be another backdated one) we're reflecting on how our Rome plans are definitely pushing at the edges of our limits for heat, crowds and cramming as much as possible into a day. Tomorrow will be another whirlwind before we board the train in the evening to head out into the Umbrian countryside and meet up with friends again for some relaxation and family time.
... butterflies will like this older man's bright pink shirt, etc....we had fun, and then went to lunch overlooking the Colleseum. When he stopped his motorbike he had just gone to the store and his groceries were in his compartment, the cheese he bought was melting but we joked about him being able to give it to his cat anyway, who was waiting for him at home. After we parted I toured the Colleseum and ended up being friendly with a ...