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Italia Tours by Ailitalia - has anyone been on one of these?

Italia Tours by Ailitalia - has anyone been on one of these?

Aug 1st, 1999, 03:04 AM
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Mike Miller
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Italia Tours by Ailitalia - has anyone been on one of these?

Looking for input from anyone who has been on an idepdendent Italia Tour. We were quoted a great rate and assured all hotels are three star. Has anyone tried this out? How were the hotels?
 
Aug 1st, 1999, 03:58 AM
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Bill Barr
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Mike

Your posting brought back memories of a message here 6 months or so ago in which someone asked about a particular Rome hotel included in a Alitalia package.

If it is Rome you are hoping to visit let me know and I'll give you the information I passed on previously.

Bill
 
Aug 1st, 1999, 05:39 AM
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Mike Miller
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Bill, we are going to visit Milan, Florence, Venice, Siena and Rome. Appreciate any input you can give.
 
Aug 1st, 1999, 10:59 AM
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richard j. vicek
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Good afternoon, Mike
I have always usedAmerx tours many years
ago but have become totally independent.
My daughter and her husband took a
7 day one city Italia tour to Florence
an few months back and stayed at the
Corona Italia and were very satisified
with, connections, hotel and etc.
If you drop me a line with the names
of the hotels in each city, will locate
these and get back to you, At least
you will have an iden where you will
be ending up. Richard of Hickory Hills, IL.....
 
Aug 1st, 1999, 11:11 AM
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Bill Barr
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Mike

The previous information in this Forum requested info on a Rome hotel that Alitalia used and which was part of its package for Rome. It was called Hotel Porta Maggiore and I replied that it was an hotel I had stayed at two yaers ago and found it not to be to my liking. It was pretty run down and decayed although it may have been renovated since I was there. The bedrooms were pretty basic and very noisy due to the large amount of traffic outside its windows.

Regards

Bill
 

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