Le Due Lune
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hotel to get our forgotten stroller!). We have basically bought the car for a period of 4 months through Eurodrive. It's a C5 black sedan with GPS etc. It's big by Italian standards but it still only just fits us and our bags #10b2k! Stew then very successfully drove us from Roma to Napoli! Our overnight car ferry to Sicily was to leave Napoli at 9pm. We began the line up in our car at 6.30pm. ...
... structures really struck us, and we saw a waterfall, parakeets, and beautiful flowers along the way.
We road a bit through the streets to the Appica Antica, which stretches for miles and is made of cobblestones. Most of the old, large stones have been replaced with smaller, bike friendly ones, but there are still sections on which we had to walk our bikes. We road a few miles to ...
... Veneto where Venice was and drove through Tuscany, Umbria and finally Lazio where Rome lies. The landscapes changed once again and the hills that once were only grapes and other fruits for wine now gave way to large groupings of olive trees and eventually sunflowers. The season for the flowers has come to a close so any that haven't been harvested look sad because their heads are drooping. Sad-flowers as I named them. FUN FACT: Neighbours all help one another ...
We are back in Rome and staying at the Sheraton Golf for 2nights. This hotel is a modern one, quite different to Montecatini and we are out in the suburbs so will need to take. Shuttle to the city to see anything. We have had a restful morning and now decided to go out and see the local shopping mall but guess what it's siesta time so it's all closed and deserted! We forgot about that. Everyone goes home for pranzo and a siesta and the shops all close and no cars ...
... that of those unfortunate enough to be in the way}! Generously, I decided not to hold GG to it as eventually my guess was right.
A little anecdote from yesterday, when lunching at a nice little pizzeria, when the nice lady with the very low cut blouse asked if we were English we said proudly, "No! We're Australiano!" the nice lady said, "Oh, I don't speak Australian!" (GG said she had a big smile on her face - I think, I may have been looking elsewhere)