- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... had snacks, we reached Torrenieri about 10.45. It had still been very hilly. We were exhausted and ate lunch. I really didn't know how I was going to make it to our destination. We once again chose the easier route after lunch and a rest. It doesn't matter which way you go there are hills, relentless hills. I must say the rest of the walk was amazing. The Broome trees were out and the yellow mixed with pink wild flowers were beautiful.
Sitting outside ...
... at one of the gelatorias for a break. After that went to Piazza Colonna featuring a huge 10-story column from the second century with relief sculptures depicting Marcus Aurelius' victories over the barbarians. A bit farther and we were a the Trevi fountain. Threw coins in, so we will return. Started to rain a bit but it was still packed with mostly young people having ...
... is running AC.
· Every corner you turn seems to be a postcard with soft, aged colors, and those cool trees that look like giant bonsai.
· "Traffic lanes? Who needs traffic lanes? As long as we’re all going the same direction on cobblestone streets, little white lines are superfluous."
· Dinner starts are eight (or later).
Ah, Rome – the Eternal City - Definitely ...
... by tour guides offering to fast track us to the sights to avoid the queues (at a cost, of course) but we brushed them off with the excuse that we were on a tight schedule. Once there, there was indeed a queue for the Basilica, but since it appeared to be moving quite quickly we decided to go for it and were inside within about half an hour (several people commented on the unusual absence of crowds in Rome on the day). Wow! Everything about this structure is ...
Weather this morning 21C at 09:00 when we left Assisi, we desperately needed to go shopping which in itself was an adventure as the store does not price loose items like veg and bread, you have too! You do this by seleting the correct code of the produce on the weighing machine and it prints out a price tag which you stick on the bag, I'm glad Bruce watched someone doing it beforehand. We only bought enough food and ...