Villa Spalletti Trivelli
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... But that's Ok! It was worth it. On this occasion the Christians were winning easily. They outnumbered any lion or gladiator. The Italians have come up with a way to jump the queue rather than organising the entry better. Usually, for about twice as much as the entry price, you can sign up with an official tour guide and get preferential entry. We did this in Florence for the statue of ...
... each other incredibly underwhelmed. I guess when you’ve been in St Peter’s basilica two days earlier, anything else is going to struggle to compare! We also found a great Irish Pub for lunch one day, and sat there watching the cycling (which was due to finish in Florence the next day, about three hours
after our train left, bummer!) and drinking in the sun, living the dream! We made our way to the famous old bridge, before ...
... was another high speed train that went about 250km/hr directly to Roma. The train ride was filled with beautiful countryside littered with farms of cows, sheep and solar panels. We passed orchards, vineyards and cute stone, brick and terra cotta farmhouses. The clouds were gathering, but no rain yet. Kyle napped for a bit while Hannah updated the blog text.
When we arrive to Termini Station ...
... and am greeted by the Tritone Fountain. Buon giorno! Taking a right on Via del Triton, I follow the hotel map down towards where I visited with Dexter and Carlo. I love the architecture and colors here, the attention to small details like rain gutters, and even the quaint street signs. First things first... photos! Story will come later in the week because it's late and I've got a long day ...
... sure to pass our favorite fountain in Piazza della Reppublica for another photo opportunity. We took one last picture of the two of us as our final picture in Rome together and that's it!
It was an amazing week and we're already talking about coming back again in the years to come (well, at least I am) :-). I think we both had a great time. We did a lot of walking, so strangely I'm actually looking forward to sitting in my ...