Seven Kings Relais
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Family rooms
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... important deities and the Colosseum. For lunch we were taken to the Casanova Restaurant for a scrumptious three course lunch with Italian vino. From there off to Saint Peter's Square and Basilica.
Thanks to the lack of planning on our tour guide's part our group missed seeing the Pope and ...
... lost somewhere in the business area of town, before finding our way back to the Fontana di Trevi.
Lunch was at a small place called Panini Ricco, on Via Panneteria. I'd researched the place on Tripadvisor, but had forgotten to mark it on my map and by sheer chance we stumbled upon the right street. It was worth it too, the panini was fresh and tasty, and they had iPads mounted on the wall for us to use while waiting/eating for the food. I ended up ...
... drive well - they have to because the roads are so narrow.
- Speed limit signs are meaningless - Grannies in old Fiat 500s were whizzing past us on the Autostrade.
- Italian coffee is good (just don't expect the variety of 'options' that Melbourne offers).
- Piazzas are great places to wander in the evenings - we could do with more of them down in this part of the world.
- Pizzas - Italian-made - are also great, they seem to get ...
... some lovely morning tea in Maiori at a patisserie and then lunch at Minori. All very enjoyable and the bus wasn't too bad to get home. Had dinner at one of the local pizza places close to the villa, which we went to twice as it was so yummy.
Yesterday we spent our last day at the local beach in Praiano and what a great day it was. We went to a different beach and swam and layed in the sun and then had lunch at a beautiful restaurant ...
... but with temps around 33 to 36 degrees nice to find shade ....Home COLD shower and off for dinner in a sidewalk cafe. A great choice for atmosphere food and authenticity! Up and off for our guided tour of Vatican City. The Sistene Chapel was incredible BUT St Peters Basilica was the highlight of our entire time in Rome. Words, photos, videos simply cannot describe the feeling of the immensity and wonderment of this amazing structure. Michelangelo was the designer and ...