Relais Forus Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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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... at 8:00am without delay, although Reehanna as usual was the last one in the bus, forgiven as it was the day after her birthday.
We headed off for Brussels where we were to catch the Vuelling flight at 12:00pm to Roma. On the way to the airport we had a quick stop at the Atomium, built for the Expo ’58. The building represents a giant molecule.
After a quick photo stop we made our way to the airport. We made it through customs and ...
... nuns, the more the better, clearly running over a nun is a mortal sin, follow nuns at crossings, they step with impunity into traffic. Pushchairs, killing innocent bambini is also a mortal sin. Policemen and the various military types that abound, killing these may not be a mortal sin (one I saw yesterday in white naval uniform was so tubby he looked exactly like the captain of the ship in disneys walee) but the paperwork is ...
... shops - same things, same prices pretty much. We seemed to have lost 2 hours along the way.
Another 7 1/2 flight, more eating, drinking, clambering over another passenger to get to the toilet, eating, fidgeting, movies, leg wiggling, eating, drinking - Next stop Dubai!
Dubai stopover was over 4 hours. MORE time to wander in shops & see what bargains were to be had! Those of you who know me well will know how much ...
... today and the toilet is about to overflow so needed to get going. Headed to Porto Santo Stefano on an island joined to the mainland with three spits. The roads were pretty small and we almost got stuck trying to turn around in a car park. While we were trying to manoeuvre a policeman helpfully pointed out that this was not a good car park for motorhomes - thanks! We wanted to go on a little hill walk but couldn't find anywhere to go and we're starting to ...
... the streets, marvelling at all the closed-up shops and the people spilling out of the busy restaurants. Funnily enough, just because everything was shut, I felt like I needed a bit of retail therapy (I’m difficult like that). Close to our apartment we saw a jewellery shop open. Joanna and I both found rings we adored, and bought them for each other as Christmas gifts.
We walked up the marble staircase into our ...