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Via Germanico 107 2nd flr., Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Prati area of Rome, is near La Pieta, Vatican Guided Tours, Italy With Us, and Castroni.
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    When in Rome

    A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Aug 09, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... incredible and a little overwhelming to be standing in such a historical landmark. We had dinner at a really weird restaurant and went back to our favorite fountain for the night.

    The last day we headed to the Vatican. That whole area was gorgeous. We were roasting because we had to wear long sleeves and pants to be able to enter St. Peter's Basilica. Once we were inside, it was BEAUTIFUL. We spent a long time wandering ...

    More Italy

    A travel blog entry by windystevej on May 02, 2014

    48 photos

    Internet access is not easy in Italy! Hence a massive entry. Apologies to all.

    Stayed in Follonica, a possible windsurf spot with a nice big sandy bay. The trees must be particularly light weight out here as we were sure they were blowing around but no real wind on the water. We consoled ourselves with our first meal out in Italy - very nice (and cheap) Pizza. We thought it would be nice to drive along sea front to get back and had a lovely ...

    Day 17 - Rome

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

    51 photos

    ... run along its foundations and around the borders of the basin. The main sculpture is a magnificent statue of Oceanus riding in an oyster-shell chariot, pulled by sea horses and guided by two tritons. On one side of Oceanus is a statue of Abundance holding an urn, on his other side it Salubrity holding a cup for a snake to drink from. Over the statues is a bas relief depicting the legend of how a young virgin led Roman technicians to the source of the spring at feeds the Aqua ...

    Rome-ing around Italy

    A travel blog entry by tommyforrest on Sep 08, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... interesting to see how the other half live! We headed back to Amalfi and headed further into the town to have a bit of lunch. We had some arancini balls which are deep fried balls with different things inside them like rice and pasta etc. I had a cheesy pasta one and a potato croquette, which were ok but could have been better. I was also starting to feel a little bit sick again at this stage, so I was pretty keen to move on and get back to the bus and sit down. We did a ...

    Arenas, Churches and Fountains

    A travel blog entry by west_we_go on Sep 05, 2013

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... next to Scott clearly showing his name tag "Jesus". First stop, that icon of ancient Rome, the Colosseum. This stadium, used for gladiatorial battles, was constructed in AD 72 to AD 80. Construction was carried out by 60,000 Jewish slaves captured when the Romans sacked Jerusalem in 70 AD. An incredible structure considering it was built nearly 2,000 years age. In times of rain canvas sails could be drawn over the structure to provide shelter. ...

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