How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Garda Rome
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... not too much scenery along the way. It wasn't long till we were inside our hotel room all getting pumped for Italy. We were staying at Hotel Milani for the next 2 nights. First thing on the list was to go check out the Colosseum. After 5 minutes of getting lost, we decided it was best to catch a taxi, that way we can check out roughly ...
... the restrooms and there were two parts to the second floor that didn't even connect-- terribly confusing). It took a good amount of time, but we found a bus that took as straight to Santa Suzanna Catholic Church, the American Catholic Church in Rome, to pick up our papal audience tickets. It couldn't have been easier. It took us exactly one hour to get back though, and that's not because we were walking!!! No, we were trying ...
... As we approached Rome's Da Vinci Airport, I could not help taking a few pictures from the plane. I was surprised to see the abundance of farm land and acreages near the airport. Obviously they have the climate for growing all sorts of crops, but I had never considered that before.
Upon landing and walking an interminable distance we gathered our luggage and proceeded to the taxi stands where we found that the Italians had taken a page from the ...
... this was just the closest metro station to it so that what they called it.. Walking... No wonder shoes are big business in Italy. I asked someone where St. Peter's square was .. "Just keep walking and follow the wall" .. This turned out to be accurate advice, we just kept walking and followed the wall for what seemed like half an hour, then suddenly out no where, the it loomed, a huge open area, surrounded by magnificent buildings, the opulence was breathtaking, and ...
... church from the 16th century. Its dome and vaulted ceilings are covered in frescoes painted by Baciccia, a student of Bernini.
My final sight (I skipped Piazza Navona this time) was Largo de Torre Argentina. This is the sunken remains of Roman temples from the 3rd to 2nd centuries B.C. Right in the middle of a busy intersection! You can’t walk around the ruins, but you can see down ...