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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ivanhoe Rome
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... it all!! The ancient, the new, the gritty, the beautiful, the history, the chaotic and flamboyant, the culture, a foodies heaven, monuments galore. There really is no other place like it! We went to all the must see sights that I remember fondly from visiting with mum, Em, and J 8 years ago, as well as some new unseen places. I was just as struck by and in awe of Rome now as I was then, and it was lovely to now have memories of Rome to share with Mikey, including celebrating his ...
... she told me to go there. It was 3 years after this, and 2 years after I got back from my own trip that I finally booked to go. My sister and I were looking for a small holiday to go on together and at the last minute we booked Roma and stayed at the Saturnia hotel near the Termini and just off Via Cavour. As soon as we arrived we ventured out to the Colosseum, Trevi fountain and The Spanish Steps. We sat for some delicious Italian food and ...
... his vehicle all in the crowd. He came right down the rode in front of us twice. I am not Catholic but what an awesome, amazing experience. We were there with probably 70-80k people and everyone was cheering and excited about seeing the Pope. He then spoke to the crowd, in Italian so we did not understand a single word, but it was very cool to see him. We then went to the Piazza Navonna and the ...
... back to the station and saw a taxi sign with a phone number, then saw one rolling up. It seemed to have been called for a poor tourist couple who were inside the information office, but we snatched it regardless and headed to the airport. We had to wait for a train to cross on the way, but we made it with enough time to not find the visa check window and still get on the flight in due time. Immediately, Tony looked for a seat next to a hot girl and started flirting.
... at via Lombardia.
The Sofitel staff were the nicest in all the hotels we visited. The porter was full of information and ...