Via Venti Settembre 58/a, scala B int. 3/4, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy
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by genebeans

Flying home with delta-A friend two months ago was left at the wrong terminal by the driver. Anyone know the exact terminal where delta leaves for the USA

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by goodfish

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by goodfish

Forgot to add: looks like all check-ins for Delta are at Terminal 5 - departure terminals are probably assigned there.

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by nhoolb

Have a look here:

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by genebeans

Sounds like terminal 5 is the answer-It was the driver,s fault leaving them at the wrong terminal. They booked through the hotel like we did but our driver checked on Air France and their driver just left them at the wrong place with the luggage. The hotel apologized and wanted to make good but it worked out as the flight was over one hour late but it could have been a disaster. They warned the takzi company that they are on borrowed time regarding referrals
Thanks for your help and we willl be sure to check and be sure it is termianl 5

Travel Tips for Rome

The Guide Books Are Right!

by Rhondaj

Palentine Hill is one of the talked about "seven hills of Rome". We heeded the advice of the guidebooks and walked right on by the Colosseum, making a right onto the Sacred Way. To the left of the arch of Titus leading into the Forum, is an unassuming ticket kiosk. Here we bought our tickets, with no line what-so-ever. Palentine Hill was almost all to ourselves. How much fun it was to walk among ancient history alone. There was one other couple scrambling around the rocks and a small group of about 5 with a tour guide. That was it!

Have you ever done this? Sort of stood close to a tour guided group pretending to be looking intently at the scene before you, but all the while, listening to the good bits the guide is giving out? No need to pay when you can eavesdrop...

Then, after leaving Palentine Hill, we waltzed right on by the long..........line..... waiting to get into the Colosseum. The ticket you buy on Palentine Hill also covers the Colosseum. The walk-right-on-by side is to the left when you get to the Colosseum.

What to Eat in Rome

by nicolettart

Don't miss the following food:

**suppli di riso (rice balls)
**saltimbocca alla Romana (veal that "jumps in your mouth"!)
**carciofi (artichokes)
**fiore di zucchini (zucchini flowers-you can have them in many ways- fried, or on your pizza with anchovies!)
**gnocchi di patate (potato gnocchi)
**pizza alla Romana (how can you forget--the pizza!!)

These are just some of my favorites!

Great spot for open-air activities

by abarbieri

The Villa Borghese Park is one of the biggest in Rome. It contains several museums, a children cinema, a theatre and a zoo. Many locals do get here when they have some free time. You can relax, do jogging, use your bicycle, have a pic nic, read a book, play with the ball, etc..

Metro line A

by thirstytraveller

Metro line A is actually the newest metro line in Rome. New air conditioned trains are running, making the ride quite pleasant on a hot day. The line takes you near Vatican, Piazza di Spagna, Fontana di Trevi and Piazza della Repubblica, for example. It intersects to line B under stazione Termini. Trains have diplays to announce stations, but they're often out of order. On some trains stations are also announced acoustically.
Due to construction of metro line C, metro A closes daily at 21.30. It's replaced by buses MA1 and MA2, stopping near metro stations. And hold on to the handgrips, these buses are trying to keep up to the speed of trains! :)

The famous Tartufo

by sue_stone about Tre Scalini

Tre Scalini is a grand old cafe/restaurant located in the heart of Piazza Navona.

It is one of those expensive cafes that you pay a fortune to sit in the Piazza and watch the world go by.

While it is not the friendliest of places, and you get the feeling that you are being churned in and out in a hurry, it is certainly a great place for some people watching. The speciality of Tre Scalini is their Tartufo - a type of chocolate ice cream ball (refer to the photo).

It is evil. In a good way.

Their coffee is average.


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Address: Via Venti Settembre 58/a, scala B int. 3/4, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy