Chianti Hostel

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

A travel blog entry by steveandwhitney

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(Whitney)

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 …

Rome

A travel blog entry by jregan

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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 life....so 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 …

Day 19 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013

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... into the basin of the most famous fountain in the world. You must remember to have your back to the fountain and toss the coins over your shoulder for luck. To understand the importance of Rome’s fountains, you must understand the importance of the aqueducts that brought fresh water to the city. The River Tiber was filthy and unfit for drinking as it was used as a sewer. It was a Roman custom to build an imposing fountain at the end of an aqueduct. A lot of the aqueducts ...

A big Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by greghahn

... that we are in the mood for some markets. Campo di Fiori is my suggestion as they include fresh fruit and veges, great meat for sandwiches (the porchetta man is there - yum) and the obligatory souvenirs and tastelless t-shirts. We catch the 64 bus to Navona stop and wander in. Yes they are all there surrounding the statue of philosopher Giordano Bruno. He proposed the sun was essentially a star and that the universe contained an infinite number of ...

Rome-Day 2

A travel blog entry by jose.dawn

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... admire Michelangelo's magnificent Sistine Chapel (where we could not take pictures). What an indescribable memory as we looked upon the vivid colors of Michaelangelo's masterpiece! Just seeing the beautiful ceiling and remembering the years of pain he endured to make such an inspired work kept Jose and I staring at the ceiling. There are endless details and Bible stories depicted.

We moved along ...

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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