Rome Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and size of the skimmia, the plant species didn’t really excite me. That’s not to say I wasn’t jazzed to see them green, fragrant and blooming. And I do adore the exotic (to me) look of the Italian Stone Pines with their umbrella crowns. The sun was out, the air was pretty balmy, the birds were singing and it wasn’t too crowded. It’s now a UNESCO site, so they’ve had more money to pour into restoration and Becca said it ...
Today was a reserved day for Castel Romano, a huge designer outlet shopping centre. Imogen's day haha. We had a bit of a sleep in and were only just able to make the 12.30 bus to the complex. Imogen was in her element and purchased her handbag that she wanted and some other stuff. I was a huge spender and bought a €3 belt.. This took up the day and we kept up our tradition of an ...
We left Olbia heading South, on the way we stopped at a 1600BC treasure, a spiritual temple with a well and a mini aqueduct quite amazing - a bit of trekking involved to get to it but well worth the off road action.Thursday night we bedded down in Cagliari the capital of Sardinia, our last night on the island. The gorgeous bellboy "Alessio" ended up in our car/bus for parking and endeared himself to us - he and his girlfriend ...
... 8221; she squeals in response.
Paolo escorted Ann from the bus to the Bug and drove away with her while the rest of us resumed our drive to the cathedral.
Jai had planned this surprise dramatic interception so that his fiancÚ could be driven to their wedding in her favourite car. Every woman on the bus sighed and watched in doe eyed, palm clasped envy at the romantic overture demonstrated before them. Every man on the bus rued in sulky silence at how it was ...
... onto the skies that afternoon. Our last stop was the Pantheon, and again, another sight amazed me! Although the top of the dome was not fully lit by sunlight (the sun had set by this time), the little light that did shine through made the temple have a spotlight in its center and light reflect on its sides. As the most preserved and influential building of Ancient Rome, the Pantheon confused me a bit as to what its original purpose was. The round structure and ...