Casale dei Cedri Resort
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... going past the Byzantine church of Santa Maria, which is famous for its majolica tile dome, then down to the waterfront to paddle my feet. Moved onto a cafe for coffee for me & a beer for Tim, before starting to walk back up the hill to the minibus, one of the group got lost & it took 30 mins of find Betty, but finally back to our bus & on the road ...
... one over for free, that I can taste it. Another winner.
We spend the rest of the afternoon walking off the lunch. Some of the major sites we saw was the Trevi fountain, and although I knew that it was under construction it was still amazing to see the size of it. We found the "Spanish Steps" and I will need to go and read what the significance is of the steps...all I can say is that there were hundreds of people, and for each 10 people there seem to be ...
... brake. It was good to be travelling late at night--it made the driver's multi-tasking slightly less disconcerting while travelling at 125 kph and watching others whizz by us at probably 150ish. Very pleased with our little hotel & our "tower" room above the rooftop terrace. In a quiet neighbourhood yet close to the sights which is also a plus. Heavy day of ...
... this is a relatively unheard of attraction but is a must for anyone going to Rome. In what is a reasonably normal looking church some 300 years ago a Capuchin Monk decided to decorate the inside of the crypts 7 rooms with the full skeletons of some 3700 dead monks, was very confronting, overwhelming and unbelievable for Shaylee.Creeped out and thoroughly worn out we headed home to get some much needed rest and prepare ourselves for another early start on the train.
... into two groups: 4 and 6. I ordered gnocchi with broccoli and a side dish of salad, and iced tea with an amazing desert. Throughout the day we stopped into different stores for shopping and found one, T-nobile, which made purses and belts out of real leather. Every purse, even if it had the same design, was slightly different because they were all hand made, and astonishing. Our day was great though tiring and sweaty, but also totally worth it. I can't wait for ...