Residenza Villa Maria
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... in villas, thermae parks and gardens, such as in Villa Celimontana, the Baths of Diocletian, and the Pincian Hill. Moreover, the centre of Rome hosts also Trajan's and Antonine Column, two ancient Roman columns with spiral relief.
... It was disappointing not to be able to revisit these two areas - maybe another time.
When we returned to our hotel we heard a lot of noise and fan fare happening outside on the street. We opened the window of our room and looked out and there was a gay parade going down the street. It was a large parade and took quite a while to pass down the street and attracted a lot of followers and attention.
We now had time to freshen up before ...
... pieces he collected . When we finished we strolled through gardens and grabbed a bus back to the hotel for a rest and to get ready for dinner. I found a great restaurant close by in the Campo de Fiori area that was mentioned in a travel magazine from last year. We shared a fish appetizer that consisted of 6 different fish offering each one more delicious than the other- a marinated squid, a fish tartar, a shrimp salad and more. Bobby had a spicy pasta and I a pasta with a ...
... if they would charge us to sit -- the next morning we would find out they didn't care -- and we picked up a cornetto (pastry) "a porta via" (to go) for C.
Back home, we finished getting ready for the day and then headed to the Campo di Fiori. It was a lovely morning and the market was bustling, but not too crazy. We picked up some fruit and enjoyed looking at all the colorful pastas and liquors. I sampled a pistachio cream liqueur which ...
... of kings and the artist Raffaello. We then had afternoon coffee and an ice cream in the square next to the Pantheon. The group then chose to split into two groups to see either the Museo Frati Cappuccini e Cripta Ossario or a flower market. We went to see the Cripta and it was very spooky seeing the dead Monk bodies. Next on the agenda is to go out for dinner and early night for bed for an early start tomorrow leaving Rome. Boun notte ...