Last April one of the highlights of our trip to Venice et al, was an evening concert / recital at Scuolo Grande Giovanni Evangelista. It was a couple hours of "The Greatest Hits" that is, popular arias by well trained Soprano, Tenor, and Baritone artists.
Beautiful venue and the ticket wasn't more than 30 Euro (maybe considerably less) + BTW.
We'd like to enjoy something similar when we visit Rome in April.
I'm not what you'd call a big Opera fan - That is, I don't think I could tolerate a complete performance of ANY of the classic but, I'd certainly enjoy another evening of highlights.
This time I need help with some numbers, specifically regarding the TCO of a (preferrably) data only sim card. Last time I bought a sim card for about 30€ and it included a hefty amount of 19GB of data, IIRC. I don't need 19GB, that was a huge mistake on my part, but oh well.
Thing is, the tariffs are confusing and they also don't tell the whole story, or rather - the price.. so when it says it costs X, it doesn't tell you that you also have to actually pay for the SIM, in addition to what the "package" costs you.
Since the Italian websites do not offer an English version (or in fact, any other language) it's even more difficult for me to understand how much would it cost me.
Obviously I did search Google, but many of the results are years old and may no longer be actual.
Will a kind soul go through the carriers with me and help me figure out the TCO of the SIM cards? I'm positive it will be very useful for everyone else, too!
My dear friends I am back with questions about Rome. Actually we have booked online tickets for the teatro dell' opera and I have chosen to print at home the tickets. I would mostly appreciate if someone who speaks italian could tell me if the following info they sent me with the confirmation e-mail asks for sth. more than to do a simple printing of the pdf form of the tickets. Thank you very much.
Verifica nella tua area riservata del sito lo stato degli acquisti
La scelta della modalita` d`acquisto attraverso la funzione "Stampa a casa" (stampa del biglietto a cura dell`acquirente, direttamente da casa) comporta l`accettazione da parte dell`acquirente delle seguenti regole:
- Il titolo d`accesso, inviato sotto forma di file PDF, allegato alla presente email, deve essere stampato a cura dell`acquirente;
- E` fatto obbligo all`acquirente di assicurarsi che la stampa prodotta sia di buona qualita`;
- E` possibile salvare il/i file e procedere successivamente alla stampa;
- La stampa prodotta rappresentera` l`unico titolo valido d`accesso per lo spettacolo e pertanto dovra` essere necessariamente presentato integro al controllo accessi dell`impianto.Sino al giorno dell`evento i titoli di accesso saranno disponibili per il download e la stampa nella tua area riservata del sito.
TI RICORDIAMO CHE, COME SPECIFICATO NELLE CONDIZIONI D`ACQUISTO ACCETTATE, PER I TITOLI ACQUISTATI CON MODALITA` STAMPA A CASA NON E` MAI CONSENTITO IL CAMBIO UTILIZZATORE.
Ti ringraziamo per averci scelto e arrivederci per un nuovo acquisto.
my wife use standard electric wheelchair we like to travel in rome for 5 night take train from rome to florence
ttay in florence 4 night and take train from florence to rome airport my Q is is it ok to move in electric wheelchair
in rome and forence is tere are trains from florence to rome airport?thanks
Hi, I'll be in Rome for about a week at the beginning of February (2015), I'd like to know if some sites (like the Colosseo) are closed off to public during the winter for security reasons or otherwise.
I recall seeing some warnings that during rainy days the Colosseo is *not* accessible, but I cannot confirm this as I have no idea where I read it before..
Also, is the Trevi fountain *still* under restoration?
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