Hostel Andrew

Via Palestro 44, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Paris - Rome - Dubai

A travel blog entry by angela.stringer on Jul 02, 2014

... Melbourne. No chance of early check-in with the Emirates counter closed until about 4 hours prior to boarding... we had about 8 hours to wait. We went for a walk to find some luggage storage with the intention of catching a train in to Rome Termini to waste some time, but by the time we dropped the luggage we realised that would be mrs travel time than it was worth. Instead we wandered off ...

Thirty-six hours of contrasts

A travel blog entry by merlest54 on Apr 06, 2014

6 comments, 10 photos

... for our flight to Rome was dangerously close and we were nowhere near being on it. Then poor Jeff was picked for a random search and had to open his bag and everything in it was given a good going over. Once the amiable Nord who was doing the checking was satisfied that Jeff wasn’t a character of suspicion he waved him on his way.

Next it was through immigration as we were entering the country from outside the EU. It was here that ...

Magnificent Monuments

A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 27, 2013

1 comment, 47 photos

... of Rome, The Palatine Hill. According to legend this is where Romulus killed his twin and founded Rome in 753BC. There's obviously no proof of this but archaeological evidence has dated human habitation on the Palatino to the 8th century.

The Palatine Hill is the richest hill of Rome in terms of history. The Palatine stands on one side of the Roman forum and looks upon the Circus Maximus on the other side. On top of ...

From Rome, Onward!

A travel blog entry by swdsull on Aug 28, 2013

1 comment, 65 photos

... for the airport shuttle (at least, the last time for now). Final thoughts as the bus drove out to Leonardo da' Vinci Airport? Well, I had a valuable and memorable trip through this magnificent city, and even though I didn't throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain to ensure my return (and of course don't believe in the superstition anyway), I did leave thinking, "Can't wait to come back! Next time, not alone!"




A travel blog entry by matt.palmer on Jun 11, 2013

3 photos

... there's at lease 6 times more civilized history in that city alone than in North America, and that's probably an underestimate. On every block there seems to be an archeological team hard at work 10 feet below sidewalk level, an Egyptian obelisk towering above the cars in the middle of a roundabout, or a church topped with incredible marble statues that could easily be mistaken for comic book action figures rather than saints. It's impossible to do it justice in one visit, but at the ...