Villino Gregoraci Relais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Google Maps and used my GPS to get me where I needed to be. I ended up walking through this adorable Italian retirement community where people are clearly not used to seeing tourists! I got a lot of 'who the heck are you' looks, as I tried to navigate myself back to where I needed to be. After talking to a Vatican guard, I was a finally able to make it in to St. Peter's Square with about 15 minutes to spare. I was really lucky that it's December! In peak season, ...
... for Max particularly to see the small cramped 'stalls' where the slaves and animals were kept until it was their turn to fight, and possibly die. We decided when we left to use the metro to get home, and it was simple to use. We arrived home, then Aunty Steph & I ventured out to buy some supplies for dinner from the local fresh vege shop. Steph made a lovely tortilla with potatoes & egg, we had fresh salad & bread to accompany it & the adults had a bottle of a lovely ...
... on my toes. Instantaneous bruising and much much pain. This was also very very frustrating because I may not be able to wear my runners tomorrow and we have a whole day of walking scheduled! I've put on mums amazing all healing cream but we will just have to see how I go. Walking to dinner was slow and painful...if you are curious, I gave up on the dress and stuck with jeans in the end. Dinner though, was very entertaining. We ate at a restaurant ...
... enjoyable gelati shop. Then we went to check out piazza navona a supposedly lively square that obviously had been affected by the rain and was dead and uninhabited. We took refuge from the rain in a church and worked out our game plan for the rest of the day. In the end we decided to work in a general direction soon getting lost thanks to Sophie's inaccurate location on her phone. Then we got trapped in a mot around a museum which took 15 minutes to escape but we decided ...
... Had to wait until 7 for airport to open. At 7:30, an agent took pity on us and processed us as priority, ahead of a large travel group receiving special treatment. Coffee was cold at vendor at our gate. Awful. Flight Alitalia Airlines, AZ 7600 (DL 241): Terminal 5 Depart Rome 9:40 am. Flight long, nearly 11 hours. Watched movies: ...