Rome recommendations?

Old Oct 5th, 1999, 12:01 PM
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jcarli
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Rome recommendations?

I will be honeymooning in Rome in mid-November, can anyone recommend walking tours, restaurants, travel info, etc. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
 
Old Oct 10th, 1999, 07:22 AM
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edna
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What happened to the responses you had? When I originally read this message someone mentioned walking tours with Scala Reale. I can't seem to get into this web site and I can't retrieve the responses to your question? Can you give me the email for the lady that told you about them? Thanks. Have a great honeymoon, marriage, etc! Edna
 
Old Oct 10th, 1999, 02:29 PM
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Ed
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You'll find http://twenj.com/romevisit.htm full of info on visiting the city, complete with pointers to other helpful sites.

ScalaReale gets very favorable reactions from visitors. Just accessed its website at scalareale.org
 
Old Oct 10th, 1999, 02:43 PM
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richard j vicek
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Good afternoon, Jcarli
Two ristorantes, I can recommend is the
LA CAPRICCIOSA, Largo dei Lombardi, 8
$$$ resvn not req. located about two
blocks north of the Condotti on the
Corso, in little square to left.
very good Roman food and pizza at night.
Good fish..
RIST NINO, via Borgognona, 11 $$$
resvn a must. fills up by 0730.
located two very shorts blocks southof
the Spanish Steps, to the right about
1/4 block down on right.
Very good roman foods and especially their Roman artichokes.
Here are a few urls to surf for Rome
Travel information. Walking tours
would probably depend upon the location
of your hotel.
www.tourweb.com/
www.tourome.com/
www.wonderful-italy.it/
www.annosanto2000.com/
www.inforoma.it/
www.wirtulerome.com/
www.romeguide.it/
www.rome-online.it/
www.comune.roma.it/
www.romeguide.it/
www.travel.it/roma/
www.rome4u.com/
Good surfing, have a very good trip.
Richard of Hickory Hills, Il....
 
Old Oct 13th, 1999, 08:03 AM
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Definately try and hook up with Tom Rankin @ Scala Reale, we took 2 back to back walking tours our 1st day in Rome several months ago and it really jump-started our appreciation of the city.

La Residence in the northern part of the city was a great hotel with very nice and helpful staff and was well located near Borghese park. (sorry about my spelling.
 

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