Victoria Terme Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to Venezia and Verona this weekend, but Italy had a national transportation strike on Friday. Apparently, they happen quite frequently in the fall. It was only suppose to be a one day strike, but we did not want to take the chance of being stuck outside of Rome come Monday(Lauren was my sense of reason on this decision). Luckily, our halloween weekend was left open and we were able to move our trip to next weekend instead.
Last night a group of us headed over to the ...
... on. Solution: man bag. The lady selling would have sold him anything. Whatever he looked at, she extolled its virtues. When he made his choice, she was thrilled. Just stood there, pulling out the stuffing and dropping it.
Free entry, what a pleasant surprise. And to think, that both the Villa and the garden were all the result of a major dummy spit by Cardinal Ippolito d'Este, son of Lucretia Borgia and Alfonso d'Este, in 1550. ...
... More directions arrows to yet another passage way and panic is setting in as I thought I could miss the train. Around a corner I continued and then up another set of stairs, hoping my watch said the right time! I made it in the nick of time! Breathe in, breathe out.....relax.... as I sunk into the comfortable high backed seat!!
What I didn't know until I spoke to a couple from Holland who were waiting near me to board ...
... directions so we gave up and decided to walk. When we came above ground we found a large parade in front of us. All the way from the main station back to where we were staying was blocked off. We passed several large groups of riot police blocking off streets on the way, which was cool to see. We went to an all you can eat sushi restaurant for dinner and ate all the sushi that we could. Completely full, we went home to get some sleep before our flight the next morning. ...
First thing this morning we were off to the train station to catch a train to Vatican City, I was feeling quite refreshed after having my first quiet night on tour! Felt strange not to have an alcoholic drink, I think it was the first night I hadn't had one since we started in London!
First stop of the day was Vatican City, where the Pope lives ! Vatican City is not part of Rome, its separate and is the smallest country in the world, the next smallest is Monaco!