Villa Spalletti Trivelli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... would have walked off all the calories we ate today though! Although we saw a lot today, it was a nice relaxing day, just taking things at out own pace, seeing the sites, eating the food and stopping to enjoy the moment! Another 2 full days in Rome before we head to Munich. Hope you are all well. Gracia mate (Sorry about the long post, tonight apart from the first night is he only night we have had wifi in the room, making updating the blog more frequently a little hard!) ...
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Mon 3rd May (Day 12)
Today we left Nice and caught 3 trains to La Spezia,
located just down the coast in Italy. We chose this location as we wanted to
visit the Cinque Terre “5 Terraces”, a remote chunk of the Italian Riviera,
there are 5 villages perched on the edge of cliffs. On the last leg, we chatted
to a couple from USA, not sure where they lived but he was from Kentucky, they
were on ...
... look at him and play games with him too! We then walked back across the bridge to Piazza Venetia. It was quite a large open area with throngs of people. The statues and buildings were incredible! We walked up some stairs and found a look out over the Roman Forum, the Colosseum and some churches which was very picturesque. It was pretty hot at this point so we got back on the bus and did the rest of the tour back to the Colosseum. We went past the ...
... day. Crossing our first bridge, we went up and over the Grand Canal and headed deep within the close and confined streets of Venice. Originally we were aiming for the Chiesa di Santa Maria Glorosa dei Frari (I got the name from the guide book, don't think I remembered that), but we were soon lost in the narrow streets. At one point the road became so narrow that two people could not walk abreast. Eventually we came out on the Grand Canal again, it was then a simple matter ...
... idea, but we didn't know. There was an elevator up to the waiting room upstairs, but the almost broke when got in. It stopped on the second floor and wouldn't open....not a place I want to be stuck in.
Traveling on an overnight train is a whole different animal than taking a day train. There are 6 to a tiny cabin, the seats fold out into beds. When we originally got on, we thought that we were quite lucky because there was just us and an ...