Residenza Paolo VI
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... ruins were spectacular. Definitely worth a trip on your next visit to this city. What we also noticed were the dark clouds forming, followed soon after by the rain.
We quickly made our way back to the bus and then took off further up the hill to another villa, the Villa D'Este. The architecture of the buildings here are great, however it's the gardens that makes this place so special, in particular the fountains.
There are ...
On Saturday we went to the Colosseum, we had to wait in line for half an hour. When we got inside I had to go to the totlet because we had to wait for so long.Then we on to the first floor it was a good view of the under ground because the ground floor had broken down over the centuries. We went up to the second floor is was a long way up and there was lots of steps. There ...
... went in perhaps 10 min after it opened at 8:30, so lines were very short. I was ready for disappointment, and we were OK with not doing to extended tour, but - they had space for the 12:30 tour - perfect! Not too late in the day as to make us have to hang around the area all day, and not too early that we'd have to rush over to the room and get hubby and hurry back. Very pleased with myself, we went back to the room (with a quick stop at the ...
... in Italy SUCKS. You don't tip here so they are paid hourly and don't care how fast or how well they wait on you. Being an american and being a bartender/server this drives me absolutely crazy. We are not used to this at all, but it is their culture to be so carefree and not pay attention to the time really. They also don't drink as fast or as much as we are used to so it is not common for them to serve us more than 1 drink a meal.
... but untouched, which was refreshing after lots of Greek ruins. Maybe our imaginations just aren't that good to reconstruct ruins visually?
The next day, on our way to the Colosseum, we found Pinnochio in Guepetto's workshop! It even had an elderly woodcarver with 'Guepetto' on his top (see photos). I like to think it was his real name.
The Colosseum was great as again, it's well preserved for its age (80AD) and just incredible to read about the ...