Hotel Ludovisi Palace
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September 20, 2007 We have finally arrived in Rome! We had a 3 hr layover in Milan all was fairly uneventful till we picked up the luggage. Something wet and sticky had been spilled on the outside of mine, but nothing too serious. It is in the mid 70s sunny and beautiful. We have checked into our room in the Ludovisi Palace, settled in, and are …
... and of course climbed all of them. They weren't as beautiful as I thought they were going to be, but that's only because they were under construction and there was so many people sitting on them. We ended the night with a evening dinner at a restaurant I can't pronounce. It was a typical cute and quaint Italian restaurant. I had some of the best food I ever ate there. I had gnocchi and bruschetta. It was absolutely delish. It was a very very long day, but everything was well worth ...
... up their with the scariest. As we started to near the city centre we noticed there no longer seemed to be any road rules, driving in Rome felt something like an exercise in controlled insanity. No longer were lanes needed, or street signs, or parking because the Romans just did whatever they needed to in order to get to where they were going. For me the constant beeping of horns, along with the uncertainty about the ZTL zones was turning me into a nervous wreck. ...
September 16th: We started the day off by riding a double decker bus around town to get acquainted. After the tour Corinne, Corinna, Sam, Molly and I ventured off to find the Trevi Fountain because the bus didn't take us close enough to see it. We found the Trevi Fountain and took some pictures. There was an older couple that had asked us to take their picture, it turned out they were in Rome celebrating their 50th Anniversary. It was fun to bump into them and have a ...
... have been.
We plan on coming back in a few days to take a better look.
We went past Piazza Navona. We walked past Bernini’s Four Rivers Fountain. When we revisit the Pantheon, we will spend more time here.
We were getting hungry and started to look for a restaurant that was recommended. We couldn’t find it, so we started to wander. We came to Campo di Flori and settled on a place for dinner. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility