Quality Hotel Excel Roma Ciampino
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After the hectic and almost nerve-wracking day in Rome yesterday, we opted for an outing to the beach today and a relaxing time. Anzio was recommended by the hotel staff, and we found it to be less than an hour's drive away.
This small Mediterranean coastal town was lovely just to explore, and although we did not want to pay the …
What can we say?? A whole bunch of mixed emotions about this place. We travelled into Rome centre via train, and bought a hop on-hop off bus tour. This turned out to be a fantastic decision. We travelled all through Rome without any concern about how to get to the next point of interest. Our first stop was the Colosseum. It is difficult to describe …
... stalls to get back to the bus, all within an hour. A bit of an anticlimax, but I suppose you gotta see it if you are in the area, so we did. Tick.
Last Italian stop was in La Spezia, gateway to the beautiful Cinque Terre in the northwest. Found our place which turned out to be really good for a change, and the host said it was the food and wine festival on the next two nights, which we couldn't have timed better if we tried. Went down for lunch and a look around, then ...
... from the Square. Out walk their new Father. Pope Francis looked out over his followers all chanting his name. "Papa Francesco! Papa Francesco! Papa Francesco!" It was a good 10 minutes before he could even say anything over the noise. It finally got under control again and he took his vows and said the Lord’s Prayer in Italian. People were literally crying around us. Not being Catholic definitely made it less meaningful, and not being able ...
... her time worrying about everyone else? Would the kids develop the thrill and love of hiking in the mountains that we had developed as kids?
Most of our concerns faded as we walked through an awe inspiring landscape. The air was as clear as it is possible to be, the sky the bluest, the alpine meadows the greenest. Flowers were out everywhere, we felt as if walking though a garden, surrounded everywhere by limestone cliffs and mountains, many with left over snow.