How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Solis Rome
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... by this stage the next train was full and we were lucky that a nice lady gave up her seat for the three of us to squeeze into. It was just after 5pm, peak hour and not our finest hour.
Gatwick Airport was the only airport in the UK we encountered in our travels and after the grilling we received at security, we were pleased that it would be the only airport that we would use in the UK.
Due to Abigail’s eczema, we ...
... ground. I did notice as we got near the Black Sea we went up to 35,999 feet or 10,972 metres, apparently this is a safer height considering the dangers not far from this area. Knew we were going to Germany with the Singaporean hostesses doing announcements in German. "Meine Damen und Herren" it would start, i.e. Ladies and Gentlemen. Also it would only be on a German leg where you would have a menu with Pork, Potato and Red Cabbage. This is highly dangerous ...
... the Vatican Museum was full. There were so many people, it was claustrophobic. The Sistine Chapel is beautiful but when shared with a couple of thousand other people all jammed in nose to arm-pit, its less than inspiring! Take me back to San Antimo and the tranquility of the Gregorian Chanting! 2 September Happy birthday Bronte! Our little girl is six today. Big day out planned. First the mouth of truth, then, the Trevi Fountain and then the Villa Borghese. And a ...
... first another magnificent breakfast.
We walked past the Spanish steps first. I had heard so much about these steps , and when we got there I didn't believe Steve these were them. I guess I am not a good catholic, fallen I think they say. Yes they were steps, yes there were a few of them, but really? Not sure what the fuss was about. I think some Spanish dude built them as a tribute to the pope and Jebuz, something like that. But still, walk down Katoomba if you want to ...
... situation in Rome, particularly the ubiquitous and maniacal motor scooter drivers, borders on the chaotic (especially around rush hours); more treacherous for pedestrians than we've experienced in Paris, which is comparable to Rome in population.
Still, even with the crazy traffic and the cacophony of horns, cars, scooters, and wailing emergency vehicles, each new vista we encountered throughout the day was, as Lucy frequently observed, simply amazing!