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TravelPod Member ReviewsAstoria Garden Rome
The Astoria garden is a samll tourist hotel in a comfortable neighborhood in Rome. It is about a half mile from the train terminus. The hotel was clean, comfortable, and reasonably priced. They had a wonderful, helpful staff. The customer service was outstanding. Thier assistence made our vacation in Rome more enjoyable. Check out this hotel for value, location , service and comfort.
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<b></b> <b></b> Overseas vacations start at your departing airport. A friendly airline check in along with a comfortable seat assignment helps set a positive attitude for your trip. From the beginning at Logan Airport in Boston to our destination in Rome, Italy and back again our air arrangements and flights on Alitalia …
... and there was a fair bit of information provided in this regard. One sign that caught our interest depicted the order of events of a session from the gladiator era. In the morning the executions would occur. So people who had been sentenced to death for one reason or another would be lifted into the arena via the cages that emerged from the pit below arena floor level wearing no clothes and brandishing no weapons. Then wild and exotic animals, such as lions, tigers, ...
... could spend a week in this museum alone. And the best was yet to come. The Sistine Chapel is just crazy beautiful and you have to just sit down and look and look. You could sit there all day to see all of it because there is just so much detail and so much going on and the colours are so beautiful. They were very strict in there and you can't take pictures but I managed to sneak a couple. We were sad when the museum closed and we had to leave. When ...
... the minibus trip into Rome, with Deb pointing out various sights as we travelled along. It's so exciting, coming into a famous city that you have never visited before. It's about 33km from the airport to our Hotel Madrid, near the Spanish Steps.
At this late hour, the Hotel was warm and we were welcomed by a real character who mans the reception at night. Deb and I were fascinated by him. He is very efficient and loud, and his accent is cute! The lift is ...
... multilingual. Many educated Romans also spoke Greek, and there was a large Greek, Syriac and Jewish population in parts of Rome from well before the Empire.
Latin evolved during the Middle Ages into a new language, the volgare. ...