Relais Fontana di Trevi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsRelais Fontana di Trevi Rome
morning,after short bus sightseeing. Cold winter not much people. First place. Excited. Throw coins and have fun. 吃栗子 share. Enjoy!
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Checked in and they were able to get us into our room, even though it was only 9:30am. Nice hotel with really friendly staff, showed us around, then took us to our room and showed us how to use everything. Stocked mini bar with beer, cool drink, sparkling and still water and juice, all complimentary... and refilled each day! Free wifi and good speed. In every way they've tried to make the stay as awesome as it can be, ...
Wow....arrived in the amazing city of Rome. We did not waste any time after arrival at hotel.. Went out to a pizzeria in a back ally in Ancient Rome... An old original pizza place from way back when. The best places are in the allies of these old cities. After dinner and 1 L of wine we headed out walking for miles. Ended up in the ruins of Rome... Got lost for almost ...
... lady, still on the phone. Everything fits in the box (there's even room to spare- perhaps I should have sent more home?) You have to get a ticket from the machine, but you have to pick the service you need- a bit like at VicRoads or Medicare. Only problem is I can't work out which button to push. A man comes in, gets his ticket so I show him my big box and ask which ticket I need. He shows me which one so now I have my ticket I wait for my ...
... accommodation is central to make this easier and ideal if near a metro station. So it was an exhausting trip but the city's architecture is absolutely breathtaking. I definitely needed a day to recuperate before heading back to work.
Tip 3 - Use the open top bus to get your first view of the city
This was an excellent idea and we jumped on the first bus that was there but later on we realised there were other companies who may have ...
... an information station where we ran into a couple of Aussies doing a trip around Rome and then headed for a cruise.
We chatted for a while and then continued down the main street past a lot of buskers. One that was doing a balancing act and looked like he was sitting on a pole suspended in space. We then found a museum that was dedicated to an unknown soldier and this was opposite a huge roundabout that faced quite a lot of monuments and museums. On ...