Hostel Andrew

Address: Via Palestro 44, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by bumpyreclu223 on Jan 08, 15

... was enacted in 1996. DOMA's Section 2 says that no state need recognize the legal validity of a same-sex relationship even if recognized as marriage by another state. It purports to relieve a state of its reciprocal obligation to honor the laws of other states as required by the Constitution's full faith and credit clause.[54] Even before DOMA, however, states sometimes refused to recognize a marriage from another jurisdiction if it was counter to its "strongly ...

Rome, The Walkable City

A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 24, 2014

14 photos

... a famous Italian sculptor.

As we exit Piazza Navona, we stop at every corner to check the street names as we navigate the maze that takes us towards the Pantheon. Rounding a corner into Piazza de Rotundo, a large pillared building appears...we have found the Pantheon, the Roman temple of all Gods! The Pantheon is one of the better maintained historical sites in Rome. It was originally built of wood around 25BC. The current structure was believed to have been built ...

City of Rome

A travel blog entry by downing_aus on May 22, 2014

4 comments, 20 photos

... creme caramel. That was yummy. Me and louis decided and we thought that it was our yummiest ice cream so far. Then we sat down. We said two scoops but we were lucky that they gave us 4. Then we went home and went in the pool. Home for a rest and out to dinner tonight. Back for more tomorrow. Blog Free Day tomorrow. More on Saturday. Love to all. Ciao. Xx A Draught Of Sunshine. John Keats. Hence Burgundy, Claret, and Port, Away with old Hock and madeira, Too earthly ye are for my ...

Olala, Italia !

A travel blog entry by adventureisus on Apr 29, 2014

1 comment, 67 photos

... the country side you can see hill top villages dating back from the Roman time. It was great to stay the night in one of those settlements in an old converted farmhouse. This area has a rich history of artists and Julius Cesar was the one that built Florence for returning/retiring army officials.

But now we had different priorities: the laptop! So, on the road again and after going through, I don’t know how many tunnels, we got to Ancona. We traded the computer for ...

We Saw the Pope

A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Dec 29, 2013

76 photos

... Parrocchiale S Giovanni Battista dei Florentini.

Seeing the pope speak was something I'm glad we did, simply to have said we did it. Otherwise, there's not much to report on that front: crowds and banner-waving abounded.

We took the bus to the National Museum and spent a few enjoyable hours walking its exhibits. The museum is very well set out, with lots of ...