Hotel Commodore Roma
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Arrived on Tuesday afternoon after a 3 hour train trip from Sienna through the Tuscan countryside.
Plenty of grapes and stone fruit trees and many small towns to take your attention along the way!
After relying on Wandas phone GPS to walk us around the railway station for an hour,we then walked 5 minutes from the station to our Hotel.Great …
It was a wonderful trip. Rome is wonderful
... Rome. All roads lead to Rome, and most of the original ones are still there and still in the original condition. Wide enough for horse travel and still paved in large uneven stone, roads are not car friendly. Small cars are popular in Europe for a reason. Most American cars wouldn't fit down most roads in Rome. Our driver folded in the side mirrors to fit down some streets. Scooters can pass at any time, and lane lines ...
... were a few places we might have tried to go with a car just because trains a few & far between. All in all, if you're coming to Italy I suggest you do your research, just as you would if you were going to any other country or city. Know what you're getting yourself into. There is no point paying for a car, then paying to park it for several days unless there is no other option. Also, gas is ridiculously expensive. We did the conversions and it comes up to about $8-9 a ...
... headed straight outside. I chose this accomm to be near the Campo Dei Fiori and Piazza Navona, and wow! They are fantastic. We started with gelato and then we walked and walked through the entire area, popping into the most amazing cathedrals along the way, ( think we went into 3 along the way last night).
There's soooo many people here but maybe cos they all catholic, everyone seems happy and in good spirits. I did have a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service