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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    Rome is the best history lesson ever!!!

    A travel blog entry by chunhin on Dec 12, 2012

    26 photos

    ... when I relaxed a little more that I could really just soak in the place. The Forum is a must see of course, but I enjoyed a lot more the little villas scattered around the areas…a lot of places were closed but the ones I did manage to get into had a the interesting mosaics scattered around with the frescos and paintings.

    The bath houses too were particularly well preserved…at least one of them was, I didn’t realise how many baths ...

    Vatican to Venice

    A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg on Jun 12, 2012

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... was able to navigate us through the confusing alleyways to our B&B and we got there at exactly 8 pm. Unfortunately we rang the buzzer and there was no answer. So I had to find a restaurant who would let us use their phone. Once I got onto him, I could tell he was travelling and he said he’d be there in about 10 minutes. This was fine and we checked in once he arrived. The room was nice and had a view of the grand canal. We had the whole B&B to ourselves as the other rooms ...

    Roaming Through Rome

    A travel blog entry by ppcase on Oct 02, 2011

    1 comment, 11 photos

    October 2, 2011

    Remember the old adage, Rome wasn’t built in a day?” Well, it wasn’t seen in a day either, not by a long shot. Like Florence, Rome earns a similar disclaimer that underscores visiting either city in just ten hours amounts to a fool’s errand.

    So fools that we were, we boarded the coach from the port city of Civitavecchia to Rome. We all remember the story of Romulus and Remus, ...

    Surrounded by History

    A travel blog entry by salevine on Jun 13, 2011

    10 photos

    ... and got an awesome view of the church and an up close look at the mosaics covering the dome. From the Cupola, St. Peter's Square was awesome, plus we got to see the rest of the Vatican (the private, no public access areas).

    After the Vatican, we took a Metro adventure. Our first stop was Piazza del Popolo (Plaza of the People). We hung around there for a bit, took some pictures and chilled on a bench, basking in the loveliness. Then we got back on ...