All Time Relais & Sport Hotel

Address: Via Domenico Jachino 181, Rome, Lazio, 00144, Italy | 4 star hotel
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      All roads lead to...

      A travel blog entry by amandane on Aug 16, 2014

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      ... they only had 1 key available per room. Every time you went out you would leave the key at the reception. When you return, you approach the reception desk and tell them your room number. If there was already someone in your room they would tell you that it was open and to head up, if there wasn't they would give you the key. It was a bit weird, I've never come across that system before. It wasn't very secure either. There wasn't anywhere to leave your luggage if you had to check ...

      Rome to Salerno

      A travel blog entry by daisylou71 on Jul 21, 2014

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      ... and show him the name and address of the hotel, there are 2 men, one speaks a little English, the other no English. They start talking to each other in Italian with lots of hand gestures, Alfie starts laughing and we realise they're saying it's quite a way up the hill......we ask if there's a bus,, no!! Can we walk.....they laugh a lot!! The man who speaks English disappears and ...

      Sorry Everyone.....

      A travel blog entry by jcdanovich on Jun 01, 2014


      ... and set off for the old and famous Via Appia. I distinctly remember learning about this road in both 7th and 8th grade, so I was excited for the opportunity to walk down this famous road. Additionally, St. Paul walked this road and was welcomed into Rome by the early Christians on the Via Appia. We were dropped off by the bus about 6 miles (10km) away from the outskirts of Rome. We then walked 10km on the Via Appia to get to the Catacombs we were visiting today. ...

      The Colosseum, Forum and Palatine Hill

      A travel blog entry by thestrongfamily on Jan 11, 2014

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      ... Queues have been minimal, and if there was one, it moved fairly quickly. The sites have had plenty of people even in winter and I'm glad we didn't come when it was any busier. Travelling in Italy has a lot in common with travelling in India: beggars, random road rules, dodgy power, great trains, far too many people employed to do a simple job and not enough ...

      Day 4 - Let's Visit the Pope

      A travel blog entry by carl.biancon on Sep 09, 2013

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      ... we ended up at the Spanish Steps again. We caught the same train as the day before and ended up back at the hotel, this time with no pick pocketing. That night we went out for dinner at a restaurant that we could see from our balcony. The food there was nice, but I can't say the same for the conversation topic. I went back to the hotel room bummed out, packed for Sorrento, and fell asleep with the though of what happened running through my head. ...