I'm trying to send a fax to the hotel in rome that my mother in law is staying at and I have found a fax number but it seems to be i number longer than the telephone number. Is this normal. The hotel is called Hotel Augustea and the fax number is supposedly
00 11 39 06 48913021
I need to send the fax soon so any help will be great.
Jenelle, the number on the Hotel Augustea website (http://www.hotelpatria.it/reservation_augustea_inglese.php#rates) is 011-39-6-4814872 - try that.
Also, the telephone number is on the same page - 011-39-6-4883589 - you might try calling that number, especially after midnight where you are.
I am assuming (I didn't look) that you are calling from the U.S., right?
Bill, maybe I'm mistaken, but I think you may have erred or made a typo in your reply - I think you need to dial 06 for Rome (not 6).
Jenelle, since you're dialing from Australia, you need to dial the international access code from your home phone system. In Australia, I think it is usually 0011 (but maybe someone else can confirm this). If you don't know, call your local operator or look it up in your phone book.
(In the US, the international access code is 011, in Europe it's 00.)
Then you dial the country code (39 for Italy) then the city code (06 for Rome) then the phone number.
So you would dial: 0011-39-06-48-91-30-21
And yes, the length of phone numbers varies in Italy. Some are only 5 digits long and some are as long as 8. Some city codes are 2 digits, some are 3.
(Very confusing to those of us who are used to the same number of digits.)
Hope this helps!
Thanks guys for your help. I looked on there website and sent the fax to that number and also to another number I found. Hopefully one of them will reach her.
O, Cristina, mi ammazzi! Che direbbe la (mia)mamma! Sbagliato! Mio figlio? Non é possibile!
Ti ringrazio l'opportunità di praticare "er meo Romanaccio"...
Actually, when I lived in Europe, you were SUPPOSED to drop the 0 when calling from the States (yep, I didn't know where our VTer was calling from); however, not long ago I thought I saw something about how you're supposed to add the zero...well, if they can't make up their minds...
Well, if one of the calls was to a fax machine, then the call probably went to the right place...MAGARI !!!
Anch'io non posso crederlo! E' pazzo! Non e' possibile! ;-)
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