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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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Since we had been to Rome a couple times before, we wanted to do something else for the port of Civitavecchia, especially since we would be there on Palm Sunday. We had been told that Rome would be crazy busy. Our new friend Barb had booked a tour to Tivoli Gardens, but I found another tour company that would do the same tour for significantly less money. So I had booked the tour with Limousine Service in Italy. We (Barb & Barry, Debi & Eugene and Karl & I) went ...
For all you foodies out there, you haven't tasted a meatball until you've eaten one at iL Grottino in Pitigliano, Tuscany, Italy. Victoria, an American who lives in Orvieto, offered to take us for a drive out in the countryside. She drove us out to see Lake Bolsena and then to a lovely hill town called Pitigliano. On our way to Pitigliano, we stopped for a walk at the ...
... winds are blowing - no problem to this ferry though. The trip is lovely, out on the water enjoying the sounds and sights of coastal life. We arrive after approx 1 hour steaming, into the only cafe open for a chocolate caldo to warm up before checking out the town - well that took about 5 minutes so it is up to Monte Giglio for us. We commence walking up the road and soon find an 'off piste' track to lead us up the 435m required to get ...
... out! Gosh I love that fantasmic music, it makes me tear up every time I hear it! Then all the waiters came out with the new colorful vests (replacing their black and white ones), and I just loved it! After dinner we went to play "how well do you know your family?"- and surprisingly we all got picked to play, Kurt and me on a team, and mark and karl. We did fairly well, but in the end we lost. It was super fun to play though, ...
... had her exhibition upstairs, the are was quite dark but good, it also allowed us to sneak up on the roof for a better view of the surroundings.
We stopped at random picture-postcard Tuscan village, Pitigliani, for a late lunch. Unfortunately we were there just past 3pm closing so no-one would serve us, despite their restaurants still being filled with diners. Very frustrating and helps to explain ...