Off topic: Looking for accommodation in Rome oct. 10-14
Thread poster: María T. Vargas
I'm an English Spanish sworn translator living in Malaga, Spain and have to visit Rome between the 10th and the 14th of October for family reasons (meeting with two cousins coming from Argentina who will be staying at a place given by a certain institute where they will be teaching) Probably the last evening would be that of the 13th.
I'm looking for budget but decent accommodation. I do not care for luxury, a clean place with private bathroom would suit me ok. Because of a problem in my right leg I would prefer a place where I do not have to use stairs or where streets are uphill, since I walk with difficulty. I'd also prefer a place not too far from the centre, if possible.
Thanks in advance for any information.
| | Mueen Issa
Local time: 13:07
English to Arabic
| | Roomy Naqvy
Local time: 16:37
English to Hindi
| www.hostelbooking.com || Sep 24, 2003 |
Pls try Youth Hostels. Or any hostels affliated with the International Youth Hostel Federation. I hope you'll love the various kind of folks that you'll see at Stazione Termini.
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Looking for accommodation in Rome oct. 10-14
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