Seven Kings Relais
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... in turn has the same root as the Greek verb ῥέω (rhèo) and the Latin verb ruo, which both mean "flow";
... footwear so by the end of the 3hr off road up mountain terrain and down cobblestone paths tour our poor tootsies we in need of a rest. By the time we got back to the hotel it was dinner time. I think tonight's dinner was the best so far! I have never had gnocchi so creamy and melt in your mouth as the ones I had in the bubbly restaurant gazing out across to the Pantheon. Yes the food was a bit pricier than the restaurants in ...
... bigger than I remember. I managed to get on the free wifi at the airport to let the family know
I was safe but it wasn’t easy knowing how to do it!! After a couple of false attempts, I managed to get somewhere. Wished I had bought a sim card in Australia for international use - much easier.
Great that I found that a weekly pass would be the ticket for Rome but they forgot to tell me that there are ...
... of Pompeii and its nemesis Vesuvius so it was interesting to walk the best preserved roman ruins and experience the story of the eruption first hand. The Amalfi as expected was some of the most spectacular coast we had experienced so far. The cliffs and the buses were ever so close for comfort and the towns clinging to the cliffs were something else. On advise we skipped Naples and headed on the train up to ...
Another beautiful day and on tap is a visit to the Vatican museum culminating in the Sistine Chapel. After a boring train ride from mom' house, we arrived at St Peter. As many times as We have been here I never fail to be awestruck. Even more so now that they have removed years of grime and soot from the facade and columns. However, what's with all these people? The place is simply overrun with tourists. You cannot walk without bumping into one of them. ...