Hostel Pink Floyd

Via Principe Amedeo, 85/A, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Santa Prassede, and Appian Line Tours Rome.
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    Rough start

    A travel blog entry by jess.skellern on Aug 09, 2014

    ... Rome checking in. It was late in the afternoon so I did a few housekeeping jobs before strolling down the street for my first pizza in Italy and home for an early night.

    Sunday 10th August

    With no alarm set, I woke up when my body wanted to at 9am.

    First thing on todays list was some much needed laundry! Since it was Sunday, only half of Rome is open. The laundry mat that was open was apparently a 10 ...

    Celebrazioni pasquali nella splendida Roma

    A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Apr 23, 2014

    10 photos

    Rome was amazing! It is such a fantastic city, every street has something new to discover. I loved taking in all the history, art and fabulous buildings and catching the Easter buzz, although it did mean it was pretty manic. I'm pleased that I had been warned beforehand to take comfortable shoes as I walked everywhere, no wonder my legs ached by the end of four days!

    I began sightseeing at the Colosseum where I paid for the audio guide (which Kath ...

    Day 17 - Rome

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

    51 photos

    ... in 80 AD under his successor and heir Titus. Further modifications were made during the reign of Domitian (81–96). These three emperors are known as the Flavian dynasty, and the amphitheatre was named in Latin for its association with their family name (Flavius). The Colosseum could hold, it is estimated, between 50,000 and 80,000 spectators, and was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of ...

    Goodbye Santorini Hello Rome

    A travel blog entry by marioz on Sep 19, 2013

    10 photos

    ... Chivalry is not dead. When we got to Roma Termini we caught a taxi to get to our hotel.



    We got there and had to push a buzzer to get inside and then we caught a funny old lift up to our hotel. The reception area was really small and there was only just enough room for us and our bags. The man at the desk said that our room wasn't ready. In fact he said that there was a problem ...

    Ancient arches and golden arches…

    A travel blog entry by mitchvillehs on Sep 15, 2013

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... br>
    We met our coach downstairs at 8am and headed back into Rome centre. Today was about seeing the sights that we missed earlier in the week, especially the Colosseum.

    We are situated in quite an accessible location from Rome so the bus trip was a quick 20 minutes. We met our guide, Louisa again, outside the Colosseum and enjoyed an hour long tour of the famous, grand structure. It is still quite well preserved in parts, ...