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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    A public holiday day to potter.

    A travel blog entry by helenstephen on May 01, 2015

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    Another rest day for some today after yesterdays Vatican experience and socialising with our friends post their 30 day cruise retracing tbe ANZAC troops. It was also a public holiday for International Labour Day so lots of locals on the streets which was good as cars were not as plentiful and often outnumbered.

    After a late brunch, waiting for the local minimart to open for our cornflakes and milk (not very adventurous are we?), we headed out on foot to find the famous ...

    The Forum and the Colosseum.

    A travel blog entry by pomeroys on Jun 30, 2014

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    At the Forum we saw many amazing things. There we saw the Arch of Titus. The Arch of Titus told the store of the Romans battling other groups of people. Whenever they won a battle, the army would march under the arch carrying the other lands' king. At the Forum, there was also the temple of Julius Caesar. That is where he was buried. After we toured ...

    Early morning in Rome then onto Positano

    A travel blog entry by amoreitaly on Jul 27, 2013

    15 photos

    ... and (3) will ensure either a marriage or divorce! Legend says that this act brings good luck.

    But I change my mind when I arrive and find the fountain being 'vacuumed' and the coins suddenly loses it magic and I decide I don't need to throw coins to make my 'wishes'...come true...after all I'm already in Italy!

    So instead I decide its time to find a quaint little cafe for breakfast, and heading back towards my hotel I come across ...

    Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatino

    A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Jul 17, 2013

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    ... gate they needed to enter through. The citizens were seated according to their social class. The gladiators were prisoners of war taken from the many frontiers of Rome's conquests. They were trained in gladiators schools. There were originally four gladiator schools in Rome but hundreds others were scattered throughout the empire. It became a very lucrative business. Gladiators fought in the arena to the death, however, the emperor had the final say ...

    We're DEFINITELY getting into Heaven!

    A travel blog entry by lizburns07 on Apr 20, 2013

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... an English speaking women who confronted Taylor on the street about a tour - at this point Liz was ready to start throwing punches at the lady. Turns out she was of great help and we had an awesome day at the Vatican! Patience points for Tay!

    The stories and history made us drop our jaws at the artwork and sculptures. The Sistine Chapel speaks for itself - gorgeous!

    Florence tommorrow!

    Love you all!