Chianti Hostel

Via C.Alberto 53, Rome, Lazio, 185, Italy | Hostel

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When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by steveandwhitney



We staggered into Rome around midday. We quickly found our way to the hostel. It had a huge brown door and was in an apartment building. Up on the second floor, it was clearly not designed to be a hostel- the rooms were all super tiny. We headed over to the park where we were met by a man who asked us if we could sit on his back …


A travel blog entry by jregan


Check one, two....... HEY GUYS....sorry its been a while since I have had a blog, I have honestly been on the run having the best time of my let me tell ya a little bit about it! We departed from Girona...which as you read fro my last blog I completly fell in love with early in the morning from our hotel....we all just trecked across the …

When in Rome Learn About What the Romans Did

A travel blog entry by odlozinski


... into a church). It is one of the only structures from Romes's Imperial Age to remain intact and it is hard to believe that they were able to engineer buildings this large and complex without the benefit of calculators or computers.

Our usual trip to the gelato store rounded out another fantastic day and we look forward to our last full day tomorrow when we try and tackle the Vatican museum and St. Peter's.



A travel blog entry by stef5353


Boarded the airport bus and then a flight to Rome with Blu Express. There were no seat allocations and as we got on the plane the steward said Oh, they speak English, we should seat them in the emergency aisle. Of course we whole heartedly agreed and had plenty of legroom. The elderly couple in whose apartment we are staying were waiting for us to show us the ins and outs and then left for the countryside while we took over ...

Colosseum, Palatine, Pantheon, and football

A travel blog entry by graffy


... bronze doors and locks that still work after 1700 yrs. The red-purple marble 'porphyrus' columns are apparently worth 120 million euros each as all the porphyrus was mined out over a 300 yr period by the Romans. It is extremely hard and rare, coincidentally the Vatican has managed to 'obtain' 92% of the worlds stock and the rumours are it uses it as guarantee for loans it takes out.

Rach had had enough half way around ...


This hostel, located in the Trionfale area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Trionfale Market.
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