Ivanhoe Hostel

Via Urbana, 50, Rome, Lazio, Italy | 3 star hostel
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    A travel blog entry by martinfamilyusa on Sep 13, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    Saturday morning we took off early as we were leaving Rome later today to join our Intrepid tour in Croatia. We first went to Piazza Della Repubblica. This is a huge open space with ancient buildings on all sides. There is soooooo much history in Rome. Everywhere you turn there is a very old building. After walking around the Piazza we headed down Via XX September - the shopping mecca of Rome. There was so much leather and fashion. Hayley would have loved ...

    Flights, B&Bs and Shoes

    A travel blog entry by maryellenandbob on May 21, 2014

    7 photos

    The flight from Dulles via Vienna was uneventful other than very uncomfortable seats, good airline food ( 2 meals), and a screaming toddler. Made it on time, but with zero sleep. Hung around empty Vienna Airport for 4 hours - all Austrians travel by train, we guess. Lots of different nationalities on flight to Rome, where we waited on luggage. Roman luggage handlers to have strike on 30 May! Took the Leonardo Express to Rome, and then walked ...

    Day 8 Topdeck Tour - When in Rome

    A travel blog entry by jeanine.rossouw on Dec 07, 2013

    23 photos

    ... queue. True to her word there was no queue. We didn’t think it was necessary to have walked the 500m down the road until we entered the colosseum. The queue inside stretched at least 500m then. So glad we listened to her. VIP treatment with our tickets we walked straight in. We climbed the very steep stairs to the second storey but couldn’t get up to the third (highest) level. Was very impressive to picture it in use nearly 2000 years ago. We walked around it and left ...

    Goodbye Rome!

    A travel blog entry by jaugustyn on Oct 20, 2012

    18 photos

    ... not think there could be more of nightmare for someone who does not like being around people. It was crowded and hot in there. I really think it was worth it to see the Sistine Chapel (it was like a maze to actually get to it… I think the place is set up to try and trick you to see the rest of the museum haha) and I glad we took the time to do it. The museum was full of beautiful views and ...

    Pilgrim's Rome

    A travel blog entry by nancypatout on Jul 15, 2012

    10 photos

    ... are usually fragments of the manger on display, but if we read the sign correctly, they were somewhere else for restoration. Our last stop was St. John Lateran, right inside the city walls. Founded by Constantine in the 4th century, it is considered the "mother of all churches" and is the home to the bishop of Rome, the pope. It was the chief papal residence until 1309 and was the first church in the city of Rome where Christians could worship openly. ...