Villa Spalletti Trivelli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... The breakfast lady at the hotel tells Richard it's OK to drive the car to the piazza for loading the luggage. He actually drives the car through the piazza and down the alley right in front of the hotel. Probably not the greatest idea. We load up and proceed to make our way out of town. All roads are either straight up, straight down, and now they're wet cobblestones. At the bottom of the alley we're on, we're stopped by a local placing the equivalent of a "Men ...
... the town looked beautiful....
We got home from dinner at about midnight, and quickly were in bed!
By the time we woke up and looked out the window, we saw sunshine!! It was unexepected, but appreciated none the less. See we had a period of sunshine, Mike headed out for self exploration of the Forum, and the rest of us headed out to get some photos of the Collosem, the forum and other sights in Rome. With the sun, it ...
... already reallyyy hot outside. We walked to the Ancient Rome area and stopped at a Metro stop to get Blythe a Roma Pass. Thank goodness we did because the line for tickets was already super long but we got to cut ahead with our passes. We walked around the Colosseum and listened to the free Rick Steves' audio guides that I downloaded from iTunes. He's my new favorite person! After that tour, we found a spot in ...
... Pan) gods (theos) there before Constantine.
The dome doesn't look like much from the outside but it's truly amazing inside! Imagine taking a 142 ft wide ball and sticking it in a perfectly cube box -- that's the pantheon inside. It feels as if the straight walls leading up to the dome are curved themselves. It's a neat sensation. And then in the centre of the flattish dome is a 30ft wide hole -- the occulis, letting in sunshine (or rain which drains ...
... sneezing and the lack of clear vision. We took a breather in the hotel lobby which helped reduce my impairment, then we headed to the airport and said goodbye to the Eternal City.
There are a couple lessons I learned from our visit to Rome these past three days:
If you want to keep it moving and/or visit a lot of museums, invest in the Roma Pass
Traveling around Rome is not that expensive, compared to many other popular European cities. A ...