Residenza Villa Maria
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... hurt…a lot! Oh, by the way…..our shoes are GORGEOUS, and so different than anything we’ve ever purchased there. BE, we did you PROUD!
Drop off the shoes, and off to dinner. We found this nice little Enoteca VERY modern, very good and not expensive….the trifecta! Food great. Wine great, and for the life of me….I can’t remember the name. One thing, they specialize in all things from the region ...
... Along with lots more sculptures, torsos, etc we saw chunks/remnants (face, foot and hand) of a massive statue of Constantine which was once in the forum, the Etruscan She-wolf statue with (added much later) suckling babes, Romulus & Remus.
Wednesday night we went to an audio-visual production about The time of Augustus Caesar. We each got given headphones and were seated in tiered seats facing the ruins of Augustus's Temple and Basillica at the Forum ...
... there is a statue in the middle of the street for the Virgin Mother - Ave Maria, it reads. Since I'm Catholic, this is a plethora of history and connecting the dots to things we were taught as children in Catholic school. So I got excited because I could read the inscription "ave - gratia plena - dominus tecum" on the monument. I laid a rose at the steps! We also saw the ...
... to Yalini's delight as she had wanted to come here. In the town we squeeze in an extra tasting at a wine cellar that is literally a thousand years old. The proprietor/winemaker, who speaks no English and is only a little younger than the cellar, nonetheless quickly identifies that Yalini knows her wines, and she gets a "Ciaio, Bella" from him as we leave. At one point in the minibus we are talking with Elio and Vincenzo about ...
... s is the largest church in the world, covering 5.7 acres. Below the church we saw the tombs of many Popes and martyrs. We returned to the main floor to get a better view of Michelangelo's "Pieta" sculpture, and were just absolutely crushed by the crowds now that general public was allowed to enter. Very unpleasant and a little scary.
We left around 11:00 and the line of people standing in the rain to buy tickets to go into ...