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Today was a full day. As you may guess from the title, we basically did the rest of Rome today. There was a lot to see! We started our day off with the continental breakfast at the hostel. They were serving Nutella filled croissants, so I dug into my bag and had one of the dairy-free muffins Francesco kept sending to my room. (Waste not, want not, …
Disembarkation this morning was pretty painless. After twelve days of cruising, we are ready to be on our own again. We ate a good breakfast, and left well rested, clean and happy.
The weather today was a high of 81 with some rain showers. We were pleased again to see some cloudy skies and feel some raindrops. We rode the train from …
... from the train station which made things pretty easy.
I got all checked in and got my stuff organized then headed for a
quick snack before dinner. There was a great pizza place right next
door to the hostel that I thought I would try out. I had a tomato and
swish cheese pizza with big chunks of tomatos. After I walked around a
bit to orient myself with the city. Unfortunately I hadn't grabbed a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFreedom Traveller Hostel Rome
A very large hostel with old rooms, big doors and high cielings that makes you feel like you're in old Rome. There are many communmal spaces and, thus, you're less smushed in with other people... But I like being smushed because then it's less awkward to make friends. The door staff are very attentive but also slightly wierd. In any case, there are loads of merits to this place, not the least of which are that it's around the corner from Termini and the family restaurant across the street is actually very pleasant if not altogether authentic. good spot.
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