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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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Last day in Rome!

A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jun 27, 2015

5 comments, 19 photos

... according to the app on my phone, we were at 20,000 steps so far), and I needed to sit. The place we planned to eating at for dinner, Il Baffeto, was less than 200 meters away, so we decided to eat an "early" dinner (at 7:45pm) there. It was a perfect last meal. It was loud inside, we sat at a table with two other couples, and we shared a salad with arugula & parmesan and a pizza with pretty much everything imaginable ...


A travel blog entry by davidbell on Sep 22, 2014

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... of Turkish bath, followed by a spell in the caldarium, a large hot room with pools of water to provide humidity. Then came the lukewarm tepidarium, a visit to the large central meeting place, known as the frigidarium, and finally a plunge into the natatio, an open-air swimming pool. For the rich, this was followed by a rubdown with scented woollen cloth. Hope this gives you a feeling for what we saw. Then we went back to the hotel and asked about local clothes shopping as we ...

From Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Sep 16, 2014

We got a couple of hours this morning to explore Florence before hitting the highway to get to Rome. I'm still not feeling great today, but will just work on energy conservation and fight my way through it. Tash and I walked down to the main square and post officd building to try and send some bits and pieces, and learnt that the French are saints compared to the Italians. However I will admit I deliberately gave the woman at the counter a €50 note for a €2 ...

When in Rome Learn About What the Romans Did

A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 19, 2014

23 photos

... into a church). It is one of the only structures from Romes's Imperial Age to remain intact and it is hard to believe that they were able to engineer buildings this large and complex without the benefit of calculators or computers.

Our usual trip to the gelato store rounded out another fantastic day and we look forward to our last full day tomorrow when we try and tackle the Vatican museum and St. Peter's.


Ruins, Palaces, Potholes and Porchetta

A travel blog entry by sntj on Dec 01, 2013

66 photos

... s tolerance and was able to firmly establish itself as a mainstream religion.

Rocca Pia

Rocca Pia, a 15th Century fortress, was built in 1461 in the heart of Tivoli by Pope Pius II to control the rebellious population, and as a symbol of the permanence of papal temporal power here. It has a square structure with four circular corner towers and is placed on a rise in what is the middle of Tivoli town today. After 1870, the Rocca ...

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