Villa Vecchia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Vecchia Hotel Monte Porzio Catone
Travel Blogs from Monte Porzio Catone
... especially good to walk them going down not up! It is supposed to be a romantic place so with the 20,000 other tourists, we walked down and snuck a short kiss too. After the steps, we were driven back to the hotel via a few other Roman things. We were both hot and tired. We said goodbye and thanks to our guide. After a rest, we bought some souvenirs, cold drinks, had dinner at the hotel, repacked and slept. Early start tomorrow as we head to Naples, Pompeii and ...
... young Italian guy in Italian if this was the stop to return to the Rome train station. He said yes, but after about 20 minutes I was doubtful. More conversation, in Italian, with him and two other women helped me decide I was probably in the wrong spot and that I should take the train back to Rome. (I was doing ok with my Italian, but it was a bit of a struggle to explain anything complicated.) So, I now headed back inside the terminal, bought a ticket ...
... able to wander in the biggest church in the world because it is an amazing place. Of course when we entered the Vatican Museum we had actually left Italy and entered the smallest country in the world - Vatican City. Vatican City was declared an independent country in 1929 and today has 800 residents and 400 citizens and of course a zero birth rate! Even though I have been through the Vatican Museum several times before, it is now ...
... too. Very sweet man. We went back to our hotel for our breakfast. The man there asked if I'd like italian or American coffee with my breakfast. He warned me that the italian coffee is very strong but the American coffee is weaker. I said yes to the American coffee. I added plenty of milk to my coffee but it remained black. I kid you not. Black black. These Italians are hard core! I've also learnt why some streets smell strongly of urine. Whilst busting ...
... We decided to walk to Trevi Fountain so Mary could try her luck again at tossing the coin IN the WATER. We got more gelato from Blue Ice and walked around the area. We went to many more shops again, it was so fun! We wanted to go back to Scala Santa to go up the Holy Stairs. The actual marble stairs Jesus walked on to and from Pontius Pilate's court are encased by wooden stairs. We went up all 23 stairs on our knees. ...