Hotel Villa Aricia
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As I had completed most of my exploring local to the hotel yesterday, I will drive closer to Rome today. I'm writing this yesterday evening at 8.52pm at my usual table in the corner of the main indoor restaurant by the electric socket, but predicting it for tomorrow. Make it 9.08pm - I just had a pee and went out for a smoke.
There was no 'chewy toast' for the second morning running. I had to put up ...
There was one team of footballers at breakfast - the same team as yesterday morning. Maybe the second team were staying somewhere else (as would happen in England maybe, to prevent 'antics' during the night). I tried to work out the name of their team from the writing on their shirts: Was it 'Fasano', 'Ferramati' or 'Goalkeeper'? Perhaps from the Bianco Azzurro league?. Would anyone out there care to make a guess? I can't say that I'm ...
I had a super long lie-in. I wasn't pushed for time today and thought maybe I could wrap-up everything I wanted to see in a couple of hours. Maybe not. There was bread at breakfast which made nice 'chewy toast' (almost like the sour dough toast you get in America, but not quite) and plenty of individual portions of things to put on it. There were sweet-filled croissants too, which are an 'Italian thing'. I rang Mum from the outdoor (but under a canopy) ...
After the same DIY breakfast as yesterday, I started another big drive today heading for Ariccia, which is just a bit further than Rome. I left the hotel at 8.35am and took ages getting out of Turin (of course!). It didn't matter that it was rush hour - Turin roads are crammed with traffic most of the day - from about one minute past midnight in the morning to one minute before midnight in the evening: I only managed 31 miles in the first ...
... Vatican City to see Michelangelo's masterpiece, the Pieta.
Roman Forum - Take a brief walk through the ruins of the famous Roman Forum, the very center of political, religious and commercial life in Ancient Rome. As one of the world's more important historical sites, the Roman Forum is a vast ensemble of ruins that echo the grandeur of an empire ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed