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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Vatican City

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 05, 2013

... so it was great to see it without scaffolding! In St. Peter's square they had chairs and a screen set up for the Pope's weekly address on Wednesday. We were about to go inside when we saw the line. After all the traveling and no sleep, we just didn't have the energy or patience. Hopefully we'll find time another day. Instead, we found a place to get a pizza - yum!! Then came back to ...

Raindrops, So Many Raindrops

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Oct 13, 2012

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... Ring the buzzer several times but no answer. I see a guy getting off a motorcycle and ask him if he knows this place. He points across the street and says he thinks it is number 45. Alright maybe I heard the lady wrong. Number 45, no answer on several buzzers and no indication of an existing BNB. Frustration definitely kicking in and not being helped by the fact that we are now like drowned rats, pants and shoes totally soaked. I see a small bar so go in there to ask. No ...

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A travel blog entry by heartprint on Jun 20, 2012

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... not marked so you
would have passed by the site without even knowing it. That’s why I love Pasqua. She knew exactly where it was for us to get a view of it. Imagine seeing the exact spot the person you heard about was assassinated who lived that long ago.

The Coliseum was massive. We learned it took only 8 years to build. I heard that they burned Christians there on stakes to light up the night, but again our guide told us that it was a myth. The gladiators ...

Rome Day 1

A travel blog entry by jimkbarton on Sep 09, 2011

... both nights but only ended up staying one and came over to the Alessandro Hostel for his second night.
After Abby got settled in we went out to a local eatery that had Sicilian pizza as we call it in America and a couple of Peronis. We then went into the center of Rome and did a little tour of some of the key sights. We did not however have our cameras with us. No big deal as we plan on ...