Park Hotel dei Massimi
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Three quarters of our foursome would like to shop every market and store-lined street in every town we enter. Fred has been very patient with us so far but today he decided to rent a bicycle so he could see nearby sights while we spent obviously way too much time smelling leather. The girls and I took a bike taxi to the Piazza Navona, but were on foot the rest of the day. I think we saw all the sights we ...
... and learned a bit about the history there. Another neat statue we saw was at a distance. But it uses perspective to make it appear farther that it actually is. The columns just get smaller and the statue is really small. At the end of the tour we stopped at this place to eat. We ate cheese and meat and bread with spread. It was delicious.
On the way back to the hostel I crossed this bridge and saw an island that had some kind of medical facility on it.
Day 41 We went for a drive to day, we were a bit confused at first trying to find the wright way to the village of Le-Roque-Gageac ( which sounds like The Rock ) so we kept on going around the roundabouts until we worked it out, we had one very inpatient driver that kept on blowing his horn, not much fun but eventually we worked it out and we managed to get there with out incident, the village is unusual because it sit between the Dordogne River and limestone cliffs on ...
... convinced the guy in the white outfit taking the service in the cathedral is in fact the Pope. Had to tell him, it probably wasn't. Then took the tube to the Forum. We're old pros at Rome's tram and tube system now. Sam having never taken the tube across London thinks he'd be confident doing it at home too. Although amazing to see, The Forum was unbearably hot in the mid day sun so after lunch we decided to head for the Museum of Modern Art. Sam fed ...
... the bus then metro to the outskirts of the city to a stop near where my hotel should be. Unfortunately its on the other side of the highway and there is another train station line separating where I needed to get to. I could see what side I needed to get to but there was just no way to cross over. So I walk carrying all my bags down the street. After about twenty minutes with still no overpass in sight I'm starting to get frustrated, the hot ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service