BEST WESTERN Hotel Roma Tor Vergata
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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The Borghese Gardens are called scruffy by Rick Steves, which for part is true, but I would say well used and loved by the local population who had dogs and kids out for a beautiful Saturday. The area where Dan's photos is displayed is lovely and there is a posh restaurant beside the display called Casina Valadier where you can sit on a balcony and enjoy the view over the ...
... a sight to behold. Double parked here, triple parked there.. sometimes I’m not even sure how a car wound up in the position it was in. It’s a little like finding a car up in a tree. The guys parking these cars are very creative. I found myself at the end of a long, single lane filled with cars – no way to go left, no way to go right, a car behind me, and a form of roundabout that looked to be just barely wide enough for a smart car. I started to think about reversing ...
... the Colossus falls, Rome shall fall; when Rome falls, so falls the world". This is often mistranslated to refer to the Colosseum rather than the Colossus. History is interesting, especially one which such rich history and significance. It's good to know what you are looking at rather than blindly following "must see attractions in Rome". Regretfully, we didn't pay to visit the interior of Colosseum and most other attractions so I cannot comment on that. We are on a really ...
... as it is further away from the route of the protest march. Kerrie and Roberto are going to the Vatican in the morning and then we plan to meet at Piazza Narvona and spend the afternoon together. The tour has been fantastic: every day has been great and some of the most memorable places were the ones I didn't know anything about before I came. The two places that stand out for me are Lake Orta and San Gimignano. Both of these places had an quiet beauty that was very ...
The flight was very smooth and we arrived right on time in Rome. Customs was a breeze and we were soon on our way to the InterContinental De La Vile Roma right above the Spanish Steps. Frabrizo, our cab driver, gave us a tour of the city as we were driving to the hotel.
The hotel staff is fantastic and our room was ready right away. We headed up, checked things out, took showers then rested for a bit. Early afternoon we ...