Aenea Superior Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Happy happy birthday to my beautiful Liam turning 19 today. An early start to travel to see the ruins of Pompeii involving training to Naples and then onward with a smaller train. I feel as though in our 3 hours there we covered most of the territory. But a few pics taken as I dont know that photography really captures to essence of Pompeii. I felt the same with the Roman Forum ..Ill look back at pics and see bits of rocks and stone ..have to just ...
... has yummy smoothies! We are thinking pizza for dinner tonight since we have focused on pasta the past 2 nights. As of now, the next city we travel to is up in the air--Phil is doing lots of flight research. I will definitely post from there through :) I'm finding it hard to find down time to blog, so bear with me. I hope you are enjoying reading about our travels! It's hard to believe we have only been gone for a week and still have 11 more weeks to go. Miss you ...
We love Rome. We found a great little apartment in the Trastevere, in an old restored 14th century villa right on our favourite Piazza Sant'Egidio. It is very, very busy here. But the nice thing is that once we pass through the huge outer doors, the locked inner gate, across the courtyard and through two locked doors into our apartment it is totally silent here except for the birds. It's like getting into Fort Knox. ...
... like the Solo man, and gave a grouchy, middle-aged bloke a very firm "EH SCUSI!!" when he wouldn't budge and prevented others from doing so, too. There was 5m of clear space behind him and that was ours. We got it in the end.
Late arvo was then spent tidying a few little things and being Mediterranean with a few siestas. Liam is playing Angry Birds on my phone while Eva has had a nap and Juls is doing her thing after snoring herself awake with the iron and cleaner ...
... facilitate spectacular entrances for exotic animals and dramatic sets and props for the games.
As thrilled as Tony was about the Colosseum, I was more interested in visiting the Forum, which is located just to the east of the Colosseum. Having just read Stephen Saylor's Roma and currently reading its sequel Empire, I was interested in seeing what was for centuries the center of Roman public life and where so much of the historical drama ...