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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lussemburgo Rome
Cheap and very friendly hotel, very enjoyabel, but it's not for people in wheelchair or prams... (No elevator.)
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And...in case anyone is wondering, I drove that manual transmission Renault like a pro; well almost. After tooling all the way to Rome on the A1, including what I thought were some pretty nifty downshifting passing maneuvers, I nearly killed the darn engine trying to find reverse to back into the parking spot at the airport. Oh, so close to eternal bragging rights!
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We receive the tickets from a nun, Sister Ann Marie, who also tells us the following;
. ,the audience starts at 10 am, lasts till about noon
. There will be a few others attending, about 200,000 few others
. so, arrive at the Vatican at 6 ...