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TravelPod Member ReviewsLucky House Rome
The place is okay although the kitchen does not have much facilities. The room is okay but a bit noisy. It is very near the Centrale station.
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... 22 well-camouflaged holes (we didn't spot them). It is one of the best-preserved of all the ancient Roman buildings. It has been in continous use since it was built and, you guessed it, has been a church since the 7th century. Again the horde of tourists were requested to “Silenzio”, “Silence” and “Ruhe” (to no avail).
We're done. A train trip out to the airport and a spectacular trip over the snow ...
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... Capitolini) and bid Sarah good bye. a few last glances and photos from the hill looking back over the Forum and we were out of there, caught a cab back to the hotel for showers and recovery time.
Rome is a very exhausting city for visitors who try to at least get a glimps of the high lights. I think one would have to live here a few months to come close to knowing, understanding and appreciating its history and vibrancy.
... and it is super tiring. But definitely worth doing - you can get a tour outside of the walls for anywhere between €30-€50 which allows you to skip the queue (averages 2-3 hours wait time). Otherwise you pay €21 for standard entry. Just blag it and say you're a student, sweet talk the guys and you'll get a discount. Everywhere in Rome is so easy to get to by Metro, or you can walk it - again, beware, it seems closer than it really is. ...
Terri and I took turns pushing Sunny, walking and referring to the map. Unfortunately we did not see the street we needed to take; the map was hard to read the street names. We walked and walked not recognizing the street names at all. Finally we walked up a hill, me pushing the wheelchair and Terri going to ask some police where we were. Of course we were way past where we were supposed to be. So we walked back, found a street which ...