Relais Forus Inn
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... customers of the night, so reception were waiting.
We both had a good night's sleep so after a lovely breakfast decided to see a bit of Rome on our own. On the way out we met our tour guide and she gave some suggestions. Went to see a statue by Bernini in a church, and then to Santa Maria deglie angele - an old church from 1800's. Walked up a street of shops, in which prices ...
... made our way to the Mamertine Prison. On our way there we stopped and saw the Basilica of San Marco, which was stunning! It was missing the painted ceiling but everything below was marble, ornately sculpted, beautifully painted,and full of color. The next detour was the church of Santa Maria di Loreto which was small but pretty. It was a single painted dome but the painting looked more like stickers, and didn't have the life that I've come to look for. It was very pretty ...
... We met the group for the bus tour all Aussies lol but from different places. Catarina our guide gave is a short briefing for the trip ... Sounds great. We can cycle at a few places and lots walking treks which will be great we are eating so much lol. We had dinner at a local family restaurant food great house wine and coffee delicious Sooo cheap ... 15 euro. Got to know everyone so should be fun days ahead. Ya hoo week two lovin it ...
Happy to leave our small hotel and hot industrial Venice, we were up and ready to leave by 730am. On the road for most of the day we stopped at an Autogrill for lunch where we ate a meal similar to the pasta at the last Autogrill stop we had a few days earlier. Basil pesto, bean and potato pasta was delicious again and I had to buy a small bowl of fruit with all the pasta and pizza eating I was expecting to do. Meanwhile, Charles had a nice big bowl of bolognaise pasta ...
... can be lucky to catch a glimpse of some renowned celebrity too.
One of the well-famed squares of Verona is Piazza delle Erbe, where a statue known as Madonna Verona stands magnificently since 380 AD. To the north of the square lies the Lamberti Tower having four bells which demonstrates, the effectual significance of fire, work time, day hours and calling the city's councils.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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