Ape Latina

Address: via Angelo Poliziano 27, Rome, Lazio, 00185 , Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near San Giovanni in Laterano (Basilica di San Giovanni), Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Palazzo del Freddo, and Baptistry.
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    Day 1 in Rome

    A travel blog entry by belldallas on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... had read the book, "The Sistine Secrets - Michelangelo's Forbidden Messages in the Heart of the Vatican", and we all really enjoyed finding these secret symbols in the frescoes with Francesca. Then we visited St. Peter's Basilica which took over 4000 artisans 250 years to build and we saw some of the 700 statues, 100 tombs and 44 alters inside. We concluded our three hours with Francesca in St. Peter's Square watching the changing ...

    Roma - 753 BC

    A travel blog entry by anngreen on Apr 02, 2014

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    ... used the basilicas of the ancients and that is why we now call some churches basilicas.
    Then off to Palatine Hill. This is where the first - yes, THE first - royal palace was built. This is where the word 'palace' originates.
    The House of Livia, wife of Augustus, was very large but you can't go inside. It is so well-preserved that there are some colorful frescoes still on the walls. You only get a peek through ...


    A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Nov 05, 2013

    6 comments, 3 photos

    ... as nationalities passed by. Selfies seemed to be the order of the day, singles and couples. This is one trend that seems to have passed us by. A sign of ageing perhaps? Down into the twisted bowels of Rome and inevitably we got lost in our pursuit of the Fontana di Trevi, or Trevi Fountains to you. It wasn't a wasted wandering since we saw lots of interesting stuff, itinerant priests and nuns on foot or on bicycle, the habitual hawkers, ...

    Pompei and roaming around Rome!!!!

    A travel blog entry by graeme.s.read on Aug 24, 2013

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    ... we woke up earlyish and made our way on the tube to the Coloseum. We queued for a little while and bought tickets which included a guided tour of the Colloseum and also the ability to go to the basement and the third tier which you dont get to do if you arent on a tour. With the ticket we also got access to the Palentine and the Roman Forum. We were told by the lady we could go and see the Forum and Palentine for a while before coming back for our tour in 1.5 hours time. So we ...

    The Eternal City

    A travel blog entry by emilystanton on Jun 26, 2013

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    ... to be able to see. When preparing for the games, the beasts and gladiators would be kept in chambers within these hallways. Medics would also be on hand here in case the gladiators were allowed to escape the Colosseum alive. Because they wanted us to be able to visualize what the Colosseum would have looked like in its prime, the excavators refurbished a wooden floor on top of the hallway system to make it look like it had in ancient times. ...