Hostel Andrew

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

Day2 of Rome Full of excitement and f**king tired

A travel blog entry by marcusfs

... day -- pantheon not the champ but a place called marn sun deen Camera ran out of battery damn Go in a church and take some photo Accidentally find the fountain but it's under construction fk it ps in piazza di trevi Then we finallŷ realise that we walked too much Headed back by bus and eat some expensive **** include pasta veal and potato 13 euro Sleep immediately ...

Papa Francesco

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... naming all of the groups who were in the crowd – English speaking groups were announced in English, Spanish for the Latino groups, etc. About five different languages, including Greek.

At 10 a.m., the Pope began his drive around. The old Pope-mobile is gone – no bulletproof cab and driver. Instead, Pope Francis has an open air tractor contraption. He would stop periodically and hold babies, bless paraplegics, etc. Everything ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by pammy2468


... deal but what I did see made me impatient to get amongst it the next day.

so many beautiful old buildings and fountains and monuments and pieces of Roman ruins.

At the welcome dinner we sat with ken and leonie from Newcastle and Linda and kirk from California. 2 very nice couples.

with a 6am wake up call and a few wines under our belts we hit the sack to get some sleep before our first proper day of the ...

Roma, so much history...

A travel blog entry by graceandgary


... of an audio guide we wandered around and learned more about the history of the place. It was well worth the second visit! That evening when we got back to our hotel we went to check out as we thought that we were leaving early the next day. The confused desk clerk informed us that we still had one more night! It was a welcome, and a little embarrassing, surprise!!! So a lazy day was planned including looking inside the Pantheon and just wandering the ...

The Gem in the Eternal City

A travel blog entry by little_steff


... the Frescos, they will just hit you with their sheer colour, amount and size!

Another amazing part of the Vaican of course is the Basilica. I would argue that it's the most beautiful Basilica ever build (and I'm a fan of Sacre Coer!). Again, you will have to take your time here. Instead of just making photos of something that looks pretty, try and appreciate the detail and the amount of work that has gone into ...

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