Relais Le Felci
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... see it all. We had a 2pm lunch in a restaurant that sold us the most delicious Barbera D'Asti, €15 to have with lunch and €11 to takeaway, how could we resist. It accompanied a delicious lunch of bollito and scallopina con limone. We made it home just in time, there was a massive thunderstorm and we were inside and ...
... a tomato sauce and cheese crispy bread thing for breakfast. Yum. I got the metro from near my accommodation into Termini station (the main station) then bought a return ticket for a regional train to Frascati. It's a small town about 20ish kms from Rome. Took half an hour to get there. I just love going by train. A lot of the time you can see into people's back yards. I like seeing the gardens. There's a lot of fruit trees in bloom. There's ...
... had a blast. They were amazed at all the American music that was played. We met our tour guide Christina at the entrance to the site. The Oracle at Delphi. This was a sacred place where people came to seek out advice from the Oracle. Different races of people erected their statues there and paid homage. It is an inspiring location to go for advice. High, high in the mountains, with a view that leaves you in ...
... the teacher because everyone was getting dressed for the "Halloween party". We hadn't been able to celebrate Halloween on the actual day because we were on a silent retreat, so we had that moved to today. Since there was no philosophy discussion (because no one showed up) I headed back to the dorm to see what I'd wear. I ended up dressing up as Maggie. Patagonia on, hair in a braid/bun thing, and water bottle of ice in hand I proceeded to confuse many people. Any one who knows ...
... say was used to farm fish. Very enterprising those Romans! When they excavated the tunnels on the other side, they discovered more roman ruins - a cemetery, ruins of a bridge and the aqueduct that brought water to the Villa Manilus Vopiscus. Two very different gardens, but both with a water theme. We quite enjoyed the day. When Terhi picked us up, we just asked if we can stop on the way home and pick up,some simple supplies (cheese, bread, wine) to have an easy, light dinner back ...