Chianti Hostel

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

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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    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Arrival in Rome

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 22, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... off but just to a lesser degree. Note to self... Never trust an Italian driving a taxi!

    First experience of Rome was the rush hour and an up close and personal introduction of Italian driving. I think there was 1 rule which is to stop for a red light and that's it. Near misses every second. Very entertaining if one's pooper valve is well tightened.


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    The ruins of Roma inc Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 13, 2014

    ... s breast fed, but those things had taken a battering. I wanted to give the kid a packet of water crackers to go with the blue vein cheese she was probably sucking out. So very disturbing. Anyway, if you can put up with the poor Italian food and the cover charge that they put on EVERYTHING (you pay a fee to sit down in a cafe, you pay a tourist tax if you stay somewhere and you're not from Italy, you pay for a glass of water with your meal), then it's well worth coming to Italy for a visit. ...

    Day Nine: Roma.

    A travel blog entry by grant.gullekson on Aug 14, 2013

    37 photos

    ... forget their history and destroy their old monuments and buildings without caring. But then again we, as in North Americans, are probably not much better with the way we knock down the old to build new.

    Next we entered the Colosseum. As we saw in the forum there were holes all over the walls from the missing marble. We learned that there are two outer rings missing as well as one section of ...

    Rome

    A travel blog entry by robchurch on Aug 06, 2013

    12 photos

    ... from the original structure was used in the construction of Papal endeavors, most notable of which was St. Peter’s Basilica. All available limestone was taken, including the floors and benches. At one point, the Coliseum was able to hold up to 80,000 spectators. Due to an earthquake in the late 17th century, half of the Coliseum’s outer structure was ruined. At this point, it was used only by the homeless to sleep in, so only modest repairs ...

    Roamin' Rome

    A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 29, 2013

    26 photos

    ... some good Cannelloni. We shared stories of our days and had a good belly laugh. We were nostalgic over our passed week together and talked about how this time next year we’d all be saying, “remember last year when we ate Easter dinner in Rome?”. I remember looking around and thinking, what a great group of friends I have. Its sad to be away from family on days like Easter, but sometimes, your friends are just that, your famiglia.
    The next morning we had ...

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