Lilliput Hostel

Via Principe Amedeo No. 94, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by jcdanovich


Thursday morning we had another day of class, but in the afternoon we went to the ancient city of Ostia. In Roman times, Ostia was a great port city where people wanting to visit Rome would land. They would then have to walk or ride the remaining 45 km to get to Rome. Over the years, the Mediterranean Sea shifted and so the ocean is now a couple of kilometers away. Look at me….a couple of weeks in Europe and I'm already using the metric system! Yuck! ...

Sunday at the Vatican

A travel blog entry by mariafuhrman


... paninni's from a deli down the "callle" for a late lunch. Mike and I washed them down with a Peroni, of course.

As usual, the boys were troopers! although, as I write this, 2 are asleep :)

We had a really nice, authentic final meal in Rome, and of course one last gellati!

Monday morning, Mike heads to Cali on business and the kids and i train it to a new place - Venice!

Veni, Vidi, Vici!

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh


... beside the toilet. One would think that one is for flushing the toilet. It is not. When you press that button, a loud alarm rings and the door automatically opens. Ready or not, you have to leave the toilet. That was a bit of a bad surprise too. Bryn and I ran nervously out, gasping for fresh air. We still don't know how you flush the toilet, but we were laughing too hard to care at that point. So, then, off to Ostia Antica, ...

Imperial Rome

A travel blog entry by nancyandscott


... rule with Nero the last in that line. A large artificial lake built by Nero was filled in and the Amphitheater built specifically for public entertainment. The funding for the site, especially the grand coverings in gold and marble came primarily from the sack of Jerusalem by Titus in 70 AD.

Look up Palatine Hill, Imperial Forum, and the Curia Julia (Roman Senate) for more detail on the pics.


Ancient Romans

A travel blog entry by ostrowski


... begun by Emperor Vespasian is AD70. By the time of his death in AD 79 the Colosseo was completed to the third tier. Additions were made by his son, Titus, and it was inaugurated in AD80 with celebrations that saw the slaughter of 5,000 animals and 100 days of celebrations. The structure's design has provided a model for stadia to this day, with tiered seating and many exits. It held between 50,000 and 73,000 people. ...

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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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