Lilliput Hostel

Via Principe Amedeo No. 94, 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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Travel Blogs from Rome

The wedding and the day after.

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 04, 2014

... slow cooking meat in a pot, always changing as realizations and circumstances concoct with each other in the cauldron of our limited time. I wish Eugenio and Ann much love, happiness and joy for the rest of their lives and pray they have a life together filled with dreams come true.

We had gelato for dessert and I slept that night in Tinks and Supi’s room on their spare bed.

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I’ve been six hours now on a train heading south-west to Rome ...

A day and night to remember

A travel blog entry by ceseal on May 20, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... Saturn dropped his sickle and shaped the harbor; where the sea monster Scylla devoured sailors and her sibling Charybdis sucked ships into her whirlpool three times a day.

The city today houses approximately 300,000 people and is known as the "Gateway to Sicily." It stretches along the”strait” between the Paloritani Mounts and the sea.

One of our favorite servers at breakfast told us we needed to take a tour of Taormina and ...

What happens in Rome should really stay in Rome!

A travel blog entry by quachie on Dec 19, 2013

9 photos

... the most recognition. I notice a missing part in the ceiling and ask the guide to which she responds that there was an explosion from the magazine nearby in the 1700s which destroyed part of the ceiling but was never retouched. We continue the tour onto the Colosseum but not before a group photo. The group photo included the 45 people on tour (less Magdalena - the mad room mate who chose to stay in the hotel and to do her own thing). Talks about the history of the building and ...

To the Vatican and Beyond

A travel blog entry by sinfronteras on Dec 10, 2013

14 photos

... then up again to make it to track 2. We had a few minutes to catch our breath and before too long the train slows down to let us in. We were rushing trying to find our car on the train. There was lots of hustle and bustle, pushing past people, throwing heavy luggage (ours and other folks we were with) and once we made it in, there was the stacking and placing of various pieces of luggage above on the rack. Whew! And finally the train ...

Getting into Rome

A travel blog entry by fredheimfamily on Sep 21, 2013

... the scene became terrible for those who were elderly or with young children, and riots almost started. My mother , worried about us waiting on the other side, managed to get through with her passport leaving my father in a line with luggage, but ongoing back into the area without her boarding pass then had her passport seized and was almost placed into custody. We managed to get her back thankfully. I now know why you don't fly into ...