Park Hotel Villa Fiorita
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A quiet morning this morning, just a quiet 8 hour drive through the country from Venice to Roma. Beautiful countryside with old ruins dating back to BC and lovely olive groves and vineyards.
We arrived in Rome around 4.00 and WOW what a different world. So much history and buildings dating back 2000 years and even Before Christ. We had dinner in one of the many town ...
... place to get yourself lost and try an avoid the tourists. Trouble was it was about 34 degrees and just unbelievably humid. Mix in the crowds, the Indian and African refugees (selling you **** of course. "Oh cool you throw that rubberey thing on the ground and makes a noise? I totally need one of those..") and it makes for a most unpleasant experience. We battled with the heat and crowds before we gave in and went back to the camp ground around ...
... we were in safe hands to get what she recommended. We found a lovely place and even though they didn't have a simple chicken and mushroom risotto on the menu they still made it for us upon request. Well for my first try of Risotto I was very impressed! Renee said it was cooked perfectly! We shared a bottle of wine so the good times kept rolling by! Afterwards we had a quick look around the shops before we had to meet back up with the group. My little souvenir of the day was a ...
Got the growly face from the head waiter at breakfast. Cut a couple of chunks of bread and threw it in the toaster. he came tearing over and informs me that only the white bread goes in the toaster. Good time to pretend you don't understand, pillock. Glorious day weather wise, unfortunately there is a real cold wind blowing, Bad move to wear shorts today. Off in the bus at 07:30 for a visit the Schonbrunn palace. This is the summer palace for the Hapsburg Emperors who ruled the ...
... in saor (a marinade made from onions, vinegar, pine nuts and raisins, which has its origins in preserving food to take on sea journeys), gamberetti (prawns) in saor, grilled zucchini, eggplant and capsicum, polpette (little fried rissoles filled with meat or cheese) and more.
On top of all that, we went around the corner to Il Doge for gelato. Xander wasn't so keen on the ciccheti, so he had two scoops - cioccholata and stracchiatelli - while I could only manage one scoop ...