Villino Gregoraci Relais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... down on the back of the golf cart, doing royal waves to the pedestrians), to where the predinner drinks and nibbles were served. By this time a very bitter breeze had sprung up and we all stood around shivering. I ended up getting my hoodie and wearing over the wedding outfit. Didnt really care how it looked... Food love, prosciutto and melon, loads of cheeses, veges in tempura batter, and other canapes. Amost a full dinner in itself ! Washed it ...
... group, and from there on we were "in" the rest of the day, meaning, no lines. The private tour left much to be desired. Margarita led our tour, but failed tremendously in enthusiasm. She led us through the Vatican Gardens. It was not much of a garden tour ("this is this plant, this is this plant") but more of a history lesson. We saw many gifts to popes from world leaders, ancient coffins, roads and pottery, the heliport, the radio tower, ...
... us into the fast lane. Turns out we had a stroller and that trumped everyone. Straight to the front of the queue, no waiting. The tour groups may be allowed to jump the queue but as far as I can tell they are the cause of all the delays. They stand around in clumps like cholesterol thickening the walls of the museum's passages. We, on the other hand, were like anti-oxidants, driving our stroller into their ankles and breaking down their malignant blockages. Suffice ...
... grocery store only to return with two big boxes of ice cream treats for us! He gave the boys candy throughout our stay too!
So while in Rome, we did what the tourists do - I imagine doing what the Romans do would have found us hibernating in our cool apartment, venturing out only for food during this heat wave! Luckily we found fountains for drinking water everywhere and it is encouraged to use refillable ...
... only finally realising how colourful Romans were…it wasn’t until I reached the paintings though that it finally hit me. Especially this one room where three of the walls were preserved, a bright red colour with scenes painted at the centres, when I say bright red I mean BRIGHT red. Roman houses back in the day must’ve really been something to look at. So in short! Go to the Naples museum if you have the time, it’s where all the ...