Hotel Principe Di Piemonte
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Stunning hotel we stopped in for only one night on our way to Florence.
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... hours and then got up and left around 5am for our flight home. I had a wonderful time and will always remember the memories made. I really think music can say a lot and bring you back to a certain memory, so this is how I am going to end my blog, with a song I absolutely love and really sums up this trip and even effects me more personally...so here it is Andrea Bocelli and Con te Partiro (Time to say goodbye)!!!
... and Wednesday have been the busiest. Tuesday afternoon we went to the Villa Borghese, which is a museum on top of a hill in the middle of Rome. The museum was given to Italy by the family after it had been in their possession for close to 3 hundred years. The museum hosts a number of famous paintings by Rafael and Caravaggio and sculptures from Bernini since Bernini had a very good working relationship with the Borghese family. Two of the sculptures I enjoyed the most were the ...
... the address once we got back and set out to find it. Now, in Rome, or even Italy as a whole for that matter, there are no blondes. Being two blonde girls, we stuck out like sore thumbs. This particular night when we were lost and trying to find the restaurant we were kind of harassed by some guy. We were pretty stressed out, trying to get away from him and clearly lost. We almost gave up on the restaurant, until we finally found ...
... our first guide, an Italian English speaking lady who filled us in with facts, myths and stories about this great place. This took about 20 minutes before she allowed us to enter! Once inside, it's hard to imagine the place in its former glory, with marble white seats all the way to the fifth tier and the arena filled with sand and 40+ trap doors to bring a surprise up from underneath, a gladiator or an exotic animal from around the world ...
... of her birthday and our first day in Rome. We both had showers and got ready for bed. Whilst one of us was in the shower the other one just chilled out watching TV and planning for tomorrow.
First thing in the morning I gave Niomi her card and presents. I had to keep the presents small so that she couldn't find them in my bag and I didn't have to carry them around half way around Italy. She wasn't expecting any presents because we had come away together as ...