Any one from UK going to Rome?

billybu69

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I found three day weekend break with flights from Manchester to a hotel 4Km from the venue for £230 very tempted . Thoughts?
 

billybu69

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Rome's one of those places I've always wanted to visit, Barcelona , Dublin, New York, Tokyo, LA, Paris, Rome. Seems like a great opportunity to especially after you take a look at the venue the gig is at, is it an out door auditorium? it looks like one. The only thing that could put a dampener on a trip is the proximity to the familys summer holidays, but £230 not the end of the world.
 

Dave2006

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Sounds like a great idea - a weekend in Rome, some Moz sightseeing and a gig - for £230 plus spends - why wouldn't you?

Dave
 
Rome's one of those places I've always wanted to visit, Barcelona , Dublin, New York, Tokyo, LA, Paris, Rome. Seems like a great opportunity to especially after you take a look at the venue the gig is at, is it an out door auditorium? it looks like one. The only thing that could put a dampener on a trip is the proximity to the familys summer holidays, but £230 not the end of the world.

go for it !!! i went last time to see him in rome - at ostia antica , and it was a brilliant experience - rome is gorgeous ! not sure if the venue is outdoors , but you could hang round his hotel ( de russe last time) - we met jesse and matt going to meet moz for tea ! i am looking at going to the one in grado and combining it with a few days in venice - that one is an outdoor venue .. i think ! i got my tickets through ticketzone.it (something like that) and there were no problems - picked up from venue !
 
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Anonymous

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i will be going to milan, not sure which hotel to pick just yet, anyone any ideas, i was thinking of near the train station, but usually after 11pm they take a nasty turn for the worse around train stations
 
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Anonymous

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i will be going to milan, not sure which hotel to pick just yet, anyone any ideas, i was thinking of near the train station, but usually after 11pm they take a nasty turn for the worse around train stations

The train station in Milan is quite far from the centre of Milan. When I was there it was a tram ride, though I made a nice stroll of it back.
 

Stanley the 2nd

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i will be going to milan, not sure which hotel to pick just yet, anyone any ideas, i was thinking of near the train station, but usually after 11pm they take a nasty turn for the worse around train stations

I stayed in a hotel next to the station - Hotel Napoleon or something to that effect. Was a good cheap and cheerful base, no thrills. I read afterwards that you should avoid that area after hours, but it seemed okay to me! The metro system in Milan is very good and it was only 5 mins to the city centre. Took 45 minutes to walk.
 

luiseasy

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Anything going on in Rome after show?

Anyone know if anything is arranged for Rome?

If not, which areas would be the best for Mozz fans to have a post show drink?

Thanks.
 
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Anonymous

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Haven't got tickets, just happen to be in Rome this weekend. What's the chances of a few tickets being sold on the door on the night? Worth going up? Any advice greatly appreciated, thanks.
 
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Anonymous

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You will ALWAYS be able to get tickets for any Morrissey show, just go along a few hours before doors. Even if it's sold out (and I don't think it is), there will be tickets returned from people who can't go, or people outside trying to sell extras they no longer need.
 
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