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From train station to hotel with 5 people?

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I searched all of the try reads but mostly saw transport from the airport to hotel or taking a taxi from the train to the hotel. We are a family of 2 adults and 3 kids. We will drop our car in Orvieto and take the train into Rome.

Is there a car service to hire to take us from the train to our hotel? We won't all fit in one taxi and I don't see walking through the city with all of our luggage with 3 kids (though we are going to pack light)

Our hotel is at Largo Arenula 11

Thank you!

(And yes I realize we could walk but keeping track of 3 kids in unfamiliar streets and trying to navigate luggage does not sound appealing :)

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