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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Family rooms
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... for the autostrada after about an hour and a half, then droned down the road with Fiona taking us straight into the address. As we slipped off the motorway we were greeted by lots on scantily clad, painted women, who we assume took their clients back into the bushes on the roadside. Lovely.
Camp here at Tiber is huge, as has become the custom. We have set up and will wait until tomorrow to head into the city. Dinner and an early night.
Short two and a half hour drive and we were in Genova, the scenery along the way was beautiful! This is purely a stop over so we checked in... and were upgraded to their 5 star hotel next door yay! We went to a restaurant on the pier for our first Italian meal for ...
... and sculptures! Later was really the big attraction for the day, the Colosseo (colosseum)! This was awesome to see. The floor has deteriorated so that you can see the rooms where the slaves would hoist the lions into the arena. The Colosseum is hard to describe because it is just a big arena that has deteriorated due to earthquakes and age but the pictures still don't convey the massiveness of the ...
... two hours train from Florence. We hit quite a bit of bad luck here, not great weather (although the rain did stay away) and all the tracks apart from one were closed for maintenance. Not ideal. However, we made the best of it, using the train between villages, and having a good look around in most places. The birthday lunch consisted of pizza, pasta, beer and yummy desserts, so that was certainly a positive! And we did get a decent hour walk ...