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... full train home back to the ship, and was happily surprised by a fairly quiet and air conditioned ride home. Back on the ship we celebrated Marc’s birthday with a selection of small gifts collected through the ports- Turkish Delight, t-shirts, Barolo and the like.
Today, our last day in Italy, Caitlin and I rented an umbrella and beach chairs and relaxed at the seashore for a few hours. ...
... and it appeared that they had some structure supporting the monk in the air. A lot of the remaining walking during this portion of the trek was uphill, so I was hot and everyone was a little less chatty. We decided to go into a grocery store where Chris found a package of delicious Sicilian cookies and water. Robin got some huge strawberries! We continued our hiking, and came across a pharmacy. I'd been developing a stuffy nose, so I went in to try to get a ...
... it was a guessing game for us and the other tourists onboard as to where we jump off to visit the tomb. After multiple stops, most people onboard the bus jumped off at an inconspicous-looking stop, where we decided to follow. Thankfully, it was the right stop. Referring to something already mentioned in a previous post, if you're in doubt, follow the crowd.
We made our way into a beautiful looking park with old stone structures, and a walkpath running lengthways which ...
... take. Jordan was so pumped to see them all, which was exciting for me because I would have probably walked by them! He was especially taken by the black Bugatti (a very rare car, I'm told!). We saw Casino Royale and admired the yachts in the port. We returned to Nice to walk the shopping strip and ventured out into the 'Old City', stumbling upon fireworks over the Sea! I find the best places to go for food/drinks are off the beaten path, ...
... queue so thought we would give it a shot anyway. To our amazement, we moved fairly quickly (even with the hoards of people just pushing in) and were in, for free, within the hour.
The museum itself had an amazingly preserved collection. It was like a taste of all the different musuems we've seen in Europe so far! As we headed towards the end of the visit, the Sistine chapel, everyone was grouped up and ambling slowly through. Hannah loved ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Torino Rome
We stayed in the Torino for 4 nights - there were 14 of us staying there as my son was getting married on 10th July 2004 in Basilica San Silvestro. The staff were most helpful, the rooms were lovely with everything you would need. The location is excellent just a short walk from the Termini station - do not take a taxi - our friends were charged 25 euro for a 4 minute walk! . I would definitely recommend it and would stay there again on my next visit
Fine hotel for seeing the city
I stayed in this hotel for 5 nights in April 2004. The hotel delivered all that it claimed on Expedia and I did not find any negatives worth mentioning. It was only a short walk to the Termnii in an area which has many hotels. It was a good base from which to explore the city. The building is well presented and the room was smallish but clean. The room was made up each morning including Sunday. Breakfast as advertised was on the top floor with an outside area where you can eat. The food was fresh although selection was limited. Overall reasonable value for the price.
We found the location to be great. It was right in reach of everywhere we wanted to go and all the taxi drivers knew where it was, which is great when you've had a few beers at 4 in the morning!
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LOCATION: The hotel is located within steps of the Rome Termini train and Metro station. The location is great if you plan to hop on a rail and visit other parts of Italy unless of course you're traveling light and don't mind hauling your luggage around town. The Roman Forum and Piazza Navona areas are both within 20 minutes walking distance.
Conveniently located near the Termini train station, if you are travelling by train. You would never guess this is a 4 star hotel by its interior and service. Unpleasant staff at the reception, rude even.
Rooms small, furniture depleted, bathroom ancient, shower miniature.
Clean. Very nice roof deck for breakfast, although the breakfast leaves a lot to be desired.
The hotel was in a great location if you are using the trains to travel around. It was HOT in Rome in July, and the AC worked really well - I'll remember the hotel for that if nothing else! The rooms were small and the showers were microscopic, but we had a nice balcony with a lime tree on it so...we were happy. I wouldn't spend a long time here, but a few nights' stay is OK. The rooftop deck is wonderful for breakfast, though the breakfast is nothing special.
This hotel was in a good location, close to the main train station, Roma Termini. However, I was disappointed by the service at this apparently 4* hotel. The reception desk was maned by an extremely miserable Italian man, who didn't smile once or even welcome us to the hotel. Breakfast on the roof terrance was reasonable, but no better than the breakfast we had staying at a 3* hotel in Rome. Luckily we paid a discounted rate otherwise I would have been very disappointed!