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TravelPod Member ReviewsRelais 6 Rome
Really beautiful hotel on a quiet street. Staff were excellent, very helpful and friendly with great english. 10 mins on the bus into the centre of Rome, and only 5-10 mins walk to a few restaurants in the evening. Very nice lounge/bar with free nibbles and a yummy breakfast!
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Our first day in Rome saw us a little shell-shocked by all the people the pace of a large city.
We quickly recovered, however, and got our bearings. We first checked into our lovely hotel, the Relais 6 (complete with our own private terrace!) and headed toward the most popular spots in Rome: Trevi Fountain, The Spanish Steps,
... because we got to go into a museum and look at all the ancient statues and slates from long long long ago. The museum led into the Sistine Chapel, which to say the least, completely took my breath away. It actually did way more than take me breath away, it brought tears to my eyes, and gave me goosebumps. It was amazing to be in there because everybody had to be quiet and no camera's were allowed. I've been taking pictures this whole trip, so being able ...
... around in circles we made the decision just to return the car and catch a taxi back to the apartment. Although we had a ridiculous amount of luggage, we agreed it would be the best solution. Ha, I don't know if it was the best solution but it was certainly interesting. So next thing we know we were driving through the city of Rome. I mean OMG, we drove past the Capitol museum with its mighty statues, and then past The Roman Forum and another five or so ...
... II (the huge building with the chariots and winged goddesses on the top) and right near the Forum and Palatine Hill. This is how I made my way to the Piazza. I left going down the long staircase out to Via del Teatro de Marcello (the street that goes right by the “miniature” coliseum). Around the edges of the Piazza (it’s trapezoidal) are the white buildings of the Musei Capitolini (Palazzo dei Conservatori and Palazzo Nuovo) and the ...
We started the day early getting everything packed up and in the car and throwing out everything that we couldn't fit into our bags. Packing up is always fun with a toddler- we pack things away while Elijah traipses behind us pulling things out! We managed to get on the road by 9.45 which we were pretty impressed with. Elijah slept for the first hour- he rarely sleeps longer than that in the car anymore. Most of the drive was on the highways which made it quite quick. ...