Villa la Floridiana
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... of the bargain!
Any case had a good wander around then sat and watched the world go by whilst having our lunch time beers.
Came back to the hotel and I'm writing this travel blog up whilst Neil has an afternoon snooze.
Still both of us full of colds. Miserable.
Dinner at the hotel with the group.
... that covers a large area. We wandered around reading the information, but it was difficult to gat a grasp if how it would have looked, luckily our guide book had a reconstruction drawing that helps to make Sense of the area. A few interesting facts, Julius Caesar was cremated here, the city treasury housed in the Temple of Saturn contained 13 tonnes of gold, 114 tonnes of silver and 30 million sestertil worth of silver ...
... enough to really understand them, then they help you and do their best to make it easy for you to understand, they’re so nice and encouraging. So our waiter really enjoyed talking to us. We ordered too much pizza and by too much pizza I mean we ate it all anyway because it was delicious. We also got anchovy bread and wine because I was over Italian beer from the night before. We did one final gelato stop before getting back to the ship early to avoid lines that ...
More "help" for Matt tonight from his sous chefs. Producing an omelette for me and pork chops for the rest of them with the cheesiest garlic bread ever (and very nice with mozzerella in to make cheesy garlic bread) ...
The beautifully preserved ruins of Ostia lie twenty miles from Rome, in the meadows between the Tiber River and the Tyrrhenian Sea. It was founded, probably in the 4th century BC, as a military colony to guard the river mouth against seaborne invasions. Later, during the centuries when virtually all imports reached the Capital via the Tiber, Ostia gained prominence as the domestic landing for cargo boats. By the 2nd century AD, it ...
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