Hotel Villa del Parco
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... least 50 years, but looked more like she had come straight from the original Roman ruins! She certainly was a master of her trade. We finally escaped to board the bus to stop at yet another autogrill for lunch. We got into Rome at about 3.30 and went for a very quick walk as there were no footpaths and heavy traffic, a prelude to what we would see in town. At 5.30 we left for a 45 minute ride into town and ...
... had her first (of many, and many means literally every evening) pesto and gnocchi's. The pub crawl ended up being pretty average, they took us to a 'club' where the crowd was ranged from 30-60 years old and the music was mediocre. If we hadn't had an open bar at the start of the night, it would have been very, very bad. The next morning we wanted to go to the Trevi Fountain so we made our way there only to find out that it was under construction and covered in scaffolding. ...
... and Roman Forum.
We were pleased Peter bought the tickets for the Sistine Chapel online as the queue was very long. The Colosseum tickets didn't take much time to get and they did police the queue jumpers well. The queue jumpers were everywhere for St Peter's which is rather ironic! Some have it down to a fine art. You need to get there early or later in the day, it would appear. We tag teamed ...
... to wander back to our room, since we were pooped from a full day of travelling. We stopped at a gelato place nearby, for our first taste of real Italian gelato! The gelato is served by size, and a small can actually get you 2 decently sized scoops of 2 different flavors as well! It was also decently priced (about 2-3 Euros).
After finishing the gelato, we decided to call it a night, ready for a full day of adventure tomorrow.
... hills especially in the heat of the day. Praiano is much quieter than Positano and it doesn't help when you go to shop and you have for gotten about siesta time which is from 12 pm to 4 pm just about the time we landed in town. There is a lovely jewellery shop were a lot of the pieces are made by hand and it was shut. The shop was part of a hotel and Glenda asked the owner about the shop so she rang the man how ...