Le Suite di Via Ottaviano
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Suite di Via Ottaviano Rome
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... Di Roma and met Davide, a very charming Italian who greets us with a gigantic smile, hands thrown in the air and 'ciao belle signore (hello beautiful ladies)! We dump our bags in our rooms and set off in search of food that will cure a hangover and coffee that will keep me going until the evening. I refuse to waste the day sleeping it off when we have so little time to see and do things on this trip, so we spent the afternoon wandering around the city, shopping for ...
... We were ten minutes from boarding our plane and Leo made it through security in time to meet up with us once again for one more "goodbye" until we all make it to Rome.
Mary and Madeline loved Air New Zealand. Dinner is served with a choice of several wines (free!). They then came down the aisle offering refills after dinner-we were very happy customers.
Our connector flight in London went smoothly and we arrived in Rome around 5:30pm Rome time on the 28th of ...
... us into Rome's not as common bus station, so we then had to take a metro to the bus station which was closer to our hostel. This was obviously not as convenient as a quick train, but significantly cheaper PLUS we got some amazing views of Italy while we were there. The Tuscany region was so pretty and I wish we had the chance to stay longer.
After checking into the hostel, Victoria went and met a friend of her family members while Becca and I grabbed dinner. ...
... is expected to wear your sunglasses even when it is dark; the Italian women do not sweat and look perfectly glamorous at all times; you should smoke in public; there are two police men or other uniformed officers/guards for every 10 meters; when you pass people,you should glare or huff in disgust; hand gestures are compulsory, even when driving and talking on the phone at the same time as smoking; and finally you should always use your outside voice. We have gone ...
... pages of the book, we have to redirect them and their wish to reenact the death match that occurred many times in the Colosseum next door. Palatine Hill is a fascinating place, and I want the kids to see past the fallen stones to the past events which played out here over 2000 years ago. I barely kept the kids attention, hearing groans when I would pull out the book. OK, I do look like I am proselytizing, with the Book of Steves in one hand, and ...