Ciao Bella Hostel

Address: Via Quattro Fontane, 159, Rome, Lazio, 00184,, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Barberini Palace, Fontana del Tritone, National Gallery of Ancient Art, and Galleria di Arte Antica.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

When in Rome

A travel blog entry by gatormark on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

... of the Ancient Roman Forum. We also had the opportunity to visit multiple temples. Our last stop in the Forum was the Senate House, which is the only building which is almost entirely intact, also the place where Julius Caesar was assassinated.

Tomorrow we will be experiencing some dumb luck, visiting the Vatican on the one day a month that admission is free. The alarm is set bright and early.


Viva Italia!!!

A travel blog entry by kklacey on Jul 01, 2012

... There was no screen set up!!! We had at least four different people stop us to ask where the game was being played. Three of them asked in Italian. It makes me feel extremely incompetent because every person who asked us in Italian we would say "I'm sorry we only speak English" and there would be a pause and then they would continue the conversation in English. I really wish I knew more than one language. We grabbed a sandwich on the street and had a bottle ...

Aunt Kathy was Right

A travel blog entry by glieden18 on Nov 03, 2011

4 comments, 57 photos

... steps, then walked through the via Condotti, aka the expensive street, and then we walked on the other popular street, the via del corso, it was nice to take our time. After this all, we got a tour of the Palatino and the Forom Romano, I loved it here and there was so much to learn from our tour guide. He knew a lot about what he was talking about and was very enthusiastic. The Palastino is ...


A travel blog entry by whiteley401 on Oct 19, 2011

... came through in his Pope Mobile. We had already moved on. Martina pointed out the Pope's residence that you see him at the window for special occasions. St Peter's square was also very impressive. We then went back to the bus and were given a tour of other parts of Rome to incude the collesium and other archeological sites. Another hour and half ride back to the ship. Whew! We were not back till around 8:45 PM. A FULL DAY. 10:24 ...