Relais Forus Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsRelais Forus Inn Rome
Excellent central location. Good access to metro and main sights. Breakfast served in the room is lovely. Good wifi and other facilities. Walls are a bit thin so can hear people talking in the corridors and the rooms around you occassionally. Loved our stay here though.
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Weston woke up at 7:30am, and was out the door by 8am! He caught a train from Rome to Venice! He needed to go pick up his clothes from Grace, and wanted to explore a city that had canals running through it. The rest of us decided to stay an extra day because we didn't want to travel and stay less than 24 hours in Venice. We didn't think it was worth it. We woke up about an hour after and packed our bags. Brooke and I went down the next floor ...
... to Lucca. It was sooooo good having my man back with me. We took the train to Florence,....and then purchased our next ticket to my favorite place in the world,....Lucca, Italy. As soon as we stepped off of the train,....I felt that wonderful, old familiar feeling,....like you feel when you run into an old friend you haven't seen in a long time. We caught a cab to the Alla Dimora Lucenae, which was where we stayed on our honeymoon. Dennis hadn't slept much ...
... Jim and Sandi, Elizabeth and Dan (from Montreal) and Maija for dinner in the dining room. What a great meal! I had a Thai Spring roll, wild mushroom soup, jerk chicken with rice and creme brulee. It was all delicious. Paul had the Shrimp Louis appetizer and the most wonderful prime rib. I don't know how they cook all this so perfectly! Then it was early to bed at 9:30... barely thinking by ...
... at that time & managed to lead us in totally the wrong direction, where we ended up admiring another fountain, but not the one we were supposed to see. Silly me for not turning the map upside down! Aunty Stephanie (she also got the good sense of direction gene) took over again & we made our way back to our objective, only to find that the famous fountain was empty and heavy working equipment was down in the dry basin excavating it. I remember from my time ...
... Spanish Steps were busy then this was a a press of humanity. The fountains are beautiful and grand and well worth the walk and having to part the sea of humanity to get close. We catch a bus to Venezia and walk the final kilometre home along the various forums between Capitol and Palatine hills and are happy to leave some sights unseen. Truthfully we were totally worn out from the heat of the day and the amount of walking we did.
Only thing left to say is "Arrivederci Roma"