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Email address. Ask me later Never ask. Search Reset search. This film is part of Rentals. The first train leaves the airport at a. There's another train option, less well known among visitors, that's simply a regional train called the FL1. You can get off at Trastevere, Ostiense, Tuscolana, or Tiburtina stations in Rome, and the best one will depend on where you're staying in the city. Trains leave every 15 minutes or so, and the trip takes about 30 minutes. At any station, you're likely to need a taxi to get to your hotel, so it makes sense to choose the station that is closest to your destination in Rome.

One of the many great things about Rome for travelers, is the ease of getting from the main Rome airport, Fiumicino, to downtown Rome by train. The Leonardo Express is a train that goes from the airport directly to Roma Termini station, the main train station in Rome. From the Termini station, you can easily access your hotel by Metro or taxi, or catch a train to your next destination, like Florence, Venice, Milan and more. Leonardo trains leave the airport every half-hour for the minute ride to Termini. It also provides a first glimpse of this magnificent modern capital set amid ancient ruins.

The Rome Express by Arthur Griffiths

After claiming your luggage, follow the signs for the train like the one you see on the left. There are restrooms and snack stands along the way if you need to stop. Before you enter the train track area, you will see large green ticket kiosks where, if you have purchased a ticket in advance highly recommended , you can enter your PNR number and claim your ticket. It takes an English officer, or a moderately astute reader, to solve a crime when the French police - bless their little cotton socks - are at a loss.

Rome Fiumicino Airport trains to city centre

There was a moment when I thought that Griffiths was prepared to give French officialdom more than the usual amount of credit but it was not to be. Damn Continentals. Mar 04, Marts Thinker rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery. Classic mystery with a pretty interesting turn at the end Oct 03, Danielle Kim rated it it was ok.

I don't know why I read this. It was free on Gutenberg and listed under detective stories. Luckily it was short. Super predictable, which I guess is the worst thing you could say about a mystery! Dec 30, Donna rated it really liked it Shelves: ebook , mysteries , mysteries-classic , mysteries-police-pi-forensics. This is really a classic mystery both in date written in the late s and in style. Victim murdered in a sleeping car, no stops or outside access, and all the other passengers become suspects one by one.

It was surprising how well this book held up. Fans of Agatha Christie will enjoy this, I did. Feb 13, Tori rated it it was ok Shelves: ebook , mysteries. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In the world of mystery fiction you can generally boil down everything into two sub catergorys: Detective and Whodunit. The former focuses more on the detective, with fleashed out characters and more drama. The latter focuses more on the mystery itself, the little tiny clues and such.


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This book fell in a terrible little line in between. I would not call it a whodunit, as the inticacies of the clues were very weak. There was no racking your brain to think where it all could point to etc. But it had no central character and no character development. It's not a book you would read for the characters at all. So it fell flatly in no mans land. Which is what emediatly came to mind. Also, worst of all, they had all this evidence that said the Countess was the murderer.

But when they finally revealed it was the Maid and the Italian, they never cleared all that! So you're left with: "wait, what about the telegram the Italian sent her, and also the note, that said she was a part of it?


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Feb 09, Ailish rated it it was ok Shelves: mystery-crime-detection. When the Rome Express arrives in Paris, a passenger is discovered to have been murdered. When the bungling French police suspect a well-born English lady of the crime, a gallant English fellow-passenger comes to her defence, and, with the assistance of the British Embassy, is instrumental in solving the crime and capturing the murderer.

Using the Leonardo Express train at Fiumicino Airport and at Termini Station

In the midst of this, the author throws in an artificial and truly cringeworthy romance, and some writing which is completely inconsistent with the rest of the n When the Rome Express arrives in Paris, a passenger is discovered to have been murdered. In the midst of this, the author throws in an artificial and truly cringeworthy romance, and some writing which is completely inconsistent with the rest of the novel. The romance reads like a PG Wodehouse comedy, but is here apparently meant to be taken seriously. For example, the heroine ' In its favour, the book was mercifully short.

Mar 14, Adam Smith rated it did not like it Shelves: my-ebooks , terrible. A murder on the express to Paris results in the passengers of the Rome Express being held in police custody while they endeavor to pin the crime on a culprit. This was terrible. He's so bad at his job that towards the end the perspective flips to someone else just A murder on the express to Paris results in the passengers of the Rome Express being held in police custody while they endeavor to pin the crime on a culprit.

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He's so bad at his job that towards the end the perspective flips to someone else just so the story can get resolved on time. As a mystery the whole thing is asinine and a waste of time. The final solution makes sense, and might even have been entertaining, if the story wasn't handled in such a stupid manner. There are a thousand ways it could have been told better. Maybe incompetent French police story were in vogue when this was written, but I really couldn't stand it.

The only reason I finished it was because it was short. Not a very good story.

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