Leonardi Sistina Hotel
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... lowers their risk of chronic health conditions, they all appear happy and healthy to me!
We caught the train down to Naples and checked into Hotel Tempo, strolled 5 minutes to what looked like an up market food court recommended by our hotel manager and had our first Naples pizzas we had heard so much about and had been saving ourselves for. Mamma mia thats a bigga pizza!! They don't look like much with only a few ingredients on them but my god they tasted ...
... br> Around 4:00 we ventured out for another 8 kl (return) trek to the Coliseum battling the hoards for space on the sidewalk. We had our photo op then found a cute little outdoor café for supper. We are very embarrassed to admit, but our meals in Italy have not been our favorite, they are extremely salty and very rich. Jack’s lasagna was smothered in thick pink sauce, needless to say he was not ...
... than Forum, and again huge - could hold 70000 pax who entered through 120 vomitoria. Kim went shopping while I went to Parthenon, which was a Roman monument converted later to a Catholic Church. Built around 50AD, it has the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world, and looks like it was built yesterday. Foccacia lunch, then quick look at repair work being undertaken at Trevi fountain. Walk back to hotel ...
... any longer. We decide there is just not enough time to visit the Forum, so we head back to the hotel to wind down and prepare for another venture into Rome at night for a bite to eat.
With WiFi available at the hotel, there is no push back when we ask the girls to babysit the twins. The adults head out for a meal and a chance to kick back, and plan out tomorrow's activities. What an amazing day, and another day in Roma awaits!
... was an accident near Naples and we were delayed by one hour. The time passed quickly and thankfully there were no injured people. One thing that got my attention because definitely it doesn't happen in Greece is that the emergence lane on the road was clear. Because of this, the ambulance (even though it wasn't needed) came quickly and futher delay was avoided. This would never happen in Greece. First of all, there are no emergency ...