Veio Residence Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... necessarily a plus in our book. Unfortunately it kind of serves as a main artery through the city so while this was our first jaunt down the boulevard it wouldn’t be our last.
Ducking off on the appropriate side street we made our way to the fountain only to be confronted by one of the real downfalls of off-season travel…restoration work. As much as we all love looking at the old historical buildings and monuments, we are always very perturbed when ...
... to become a NASCAR driver, and Bridget said she loved the Phillies. Luckily we both still have our hands! We walked through Santa Maria in Cosmedin, which had the skull of Saint Valentine. Then we went onto the Scala Sancta or Church of the Holy Steps. The steps were brought from Jerusalem by St. Helena in the ...
... of our foods. As expected, they were amazing. The best cheese we had in Italy. The boys stopped by to see our hotel, and were quite envious (up until that point, they’d had the big suite). However, we didn’t save them much cheese.
The four of us walked back to their hotel to pick up grandpa, and then met Marlon and Dragan for dinner at a nice outdoor café. The service was a bit slow (typical Europe), but the ...
... brothers in the dirt surrounded by the bones of their other deceased brothers. I think in all, there were 3700 monks buried there. That was a LOT of skulls (and femurs, and jawbones, and…). If you go (and you’re tall) mind where you walk. I nearly bumped my head on a light fixture made entirely from bones (mostly small ones like vertebrae and phalanges). I didn’t see it on the way in and when I was looking around at the room, I noticed it was directly on top of my ...
... at a time and we'll get a move on!' and so stuffed my face as quickly as I could and we left to find our hotel. Less than 3 mins walk we find our hotel. Tucked in a nice little road behind the station. Then we turn a corner and there is a little sign for fawlty towers. 5th floor. The lift looked scary (wire cage with dodgy wooden door)and we couldn't see a button, so we climbed five massive flights of spiralling stairs with our huge ...