Hotel Villa Maria Luigia
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- Free parking
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Arrived in Rome late yesterday after a long flight from Tokyo. Spring time has arrived in the northern hemisphere,the blossoms are out in Tokyo and the grass is green in Switzerland and Italy. Today was warm but started off at about 10 degrees, we have walked and walked about ...
... up' another country on the way. Not leaving the plane though, so no additional pin on my travel map for that.. We thought that was unlucky, but what followed at the airport in Riga (after we got there 2 hours later), was absolutely despicable and anti-human. More than a hundred passengers who missed their transit liner up for only one working window (as no one told us there were 2-3 more in another floor), trying to get help from ...
... pick up as the day went along but four hours later and I still encountered usually only one or two other people in each gallery. The museum also seems to attract people that are really interested in admiring and learning about the collections. I have never before experienced such a pleasant and respectful museum visit. The special exhibit was a collection of artifacts from the Vatican Secret Archives. 100 artifacts from the ...
... year to year. At that time, the town's fountains are switched from water to wine, and everyone drinks for free. Rocca di Papa The most attractive of the hill towns lies only some 9.5km (6 miles) from Marino. It's a lovely spot, on the slopes of Monte Cavo facing the Alban lakes. By car, the best route is 217 to the junction with 218, where you make a left turn. Before the intersection, you'll be high on a ridge above Lake Albano, where the views of the lake, the far woods, and ...
... off we went again.
We did a bit of a bus tour around Rome then came back to our hotel. It was raining a bit, heavy one minute, sunny the next. Just like Melbourne!
We then set off the a church called St Paul's Outside the Wall. I thought we were just going to see it from the outside, but it seems that is its name as is it outside the city wall. It was just amazing. It is the second largest church in ...