Silva Hotel Splendid
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... which added to the charm. Ricardo recommended a hiking area in the Monti Simbruini national reserve, an hour and a half from Rome. Before we got to our hiking destination, we stopped in the charming little village of Subiaco in the midst of several Catholic Monasteries. ...
... least equals Diocletian's retirement home in Split.
This is mostly ruins, sort of like what would happen to our buildings without maintenance for a couple of thousand years. Actually, ours would look far worse.
Okay, this is our last day in Rome. We leave tomorrow for a brief stop in Naples before landing on the Amalfi Coast for four days. Actually we are ready to leave our apartment here. Of the ...
... made in Asheville! Bruno was pleasantly surprised. We asked Bruno why he no longer rides. He said since he retired from his job, he actually has less time - with family obligations, granddaughters, etc. He is happy with his life, you can tell. Antonietta doesn't want to move to this house because it's out of town and she doesn't drive. Emanuela wants to live there because there's much more space than her current house. Luigi is undecided, I ...
... 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 ...
Yesterday was beyond uneventful (hence no post). I went to class, took the art and arch test (which I think I did pretty well on), then went straight to bed. I was in bed by 1pm and didn't wake up until 7:30 for dinner... I went to dinner, talked a bit with people (apparently a large part of campus was quite worried about us, so people wanted to know the story). I caught ...