Litus Roma Hostel

Address: Lungomare Toscanelli 186, Rome, Lazio, 00121, Italy | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Lido di Ostia area of Rome, is near Real Rome Tours, Ostia Antica, and Rome Connection.
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    Roman Attractions

    A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Dec 29, 2014

    ... face. The arches correspond to the eight bays on the floor level that house statues.
    The dome itself is supported by a series of arches that run horizontally round. Romans had perfected the use of arches which helped sustain the weight of their magnanimous buildings.
    The Romans were aware of the heavy nature of their building materials. So they used lighter materials toward the top of the dome. \ On the lowest level travertine, ...

    Bella Roma

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Aug 11, 2014

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... 1 too many bottles of Chianti. Wish you had been there too mum. It was a lovely night, only slightly dampened by the ******** train guard on the way back to Rome who fined us for not validating our ticket. Not only do you have to buy a ticket, you have to ensure you validate it in one of the machines before getting on the train in Italy. Ridiculous! Even after explaining we were running late and it was the last train back to Rome, the guard wouldn’t have a bar of it. At least ...

    Pompei and roaming around Rome!!!!

    A travel blog entry by graeme.s.read on Aug 24, 2013

    56 photos

    ... we woke up earlyish and made our way on the tube to the Coloseum. We queued for a little while and bought tickets which included a guided tour of the Colloseum and also the ability to go to the basement and the third tier which you dont get to do if you arent on a tour. With the ticket we also got access to the Palentine and the Roman Forum. We were told by the lady we could go and see the Forum and Palentine for a while before coming back for our tour in 1.5 hours time. So we ...

    Day 3 in Rome -- Food tour, Colosseum tour

    A travel blog entry by roverlibr on Jul 02, 2013

    7 photos

    ... built for Caius
    Cestius (built @ 12 BC) and covered with carrera marble. He was a wealthy Roman who wanted to have a tomb modeled after the Egyptian pyramids. Only three pyramids in Egypt are taller than this. The pyramid is undergoing cleaning and restoration and is surrounded by scaffolding.

    We visited the Testaccio Market and got to see and smell all the wonderful foods the locals were buying. Lots of fresh fruit and vegetables and ...

    20/05/13 - Day 62 - Colosseum and Forum

    A travel blog entry by adamis on May 20, 2013

    29 photos

    ... Flavium, is named for these three emperors. Seating upwards of 50,000 people, the Colosseum was used for animal hunts, gladiatorial spectacles and public executions. Contrary to popular belief, there is no evidence from contemporary writers that the arena was used for the execution of Christians... There is an underground river that runs to the Colosseum, and it is possible that this was used to floor part of the arena floor to enable the Romans to ...