Navigator Hostel

Address: 39 Via Buonarroti , 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, Santa Prassede, Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, and Parco di Colle Oppio.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome :O

A travel blog entry by lunarei on Sep 08, 2014

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... all the stories we had been hearing about gypsies and the like we were feeling very conscious and cautious of our belongings but nothing happened. I must say, I am very grateful for the help people have given me along the way. So we found our hotel... And it is amazing! The hotel itself was built in the 1800s and the lift in the early 1900s. You walk up the spiral stair cases to see a couple of doors here and there as you go. When you reach your level you open the door and ...

Tour Day

A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on May 16, 2014

6 comments, 3 photos

... for a friend, we had to give it to her because of the huge fuss she was making. She turned out to be very nice, though. We haven't gotten gelato yet, but we will today during the FOOD TOUR ( this was what I was waiting for). Mom has picked up another strange man while he was showing us where to get to a certain bus. I think they were talking about news in San Diego, about all the fires and evacuations. This has been an interesting trip so far, that's for sure. Ciao! - ...

Last day in Rome and Italy!

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Dec 15, 2013

69 photos

... the Trevi Fountain, our last stop! It was crowded but beautiful and grand! I threw one coin in, to assure I would return again. But only one as two would mean I would fall in love with an Italian and three would mean I would marry him. Turns out $3000 euros is collected from the fountain everyday and given to charity. Lots of people wanting to marry Italians I guess!

We then took the metro to ...

Day One Hundred and Thirty Eight

A travel blog entry by loganriddick on Nov 20, 2013

30 photos

Today I visited Herculaneum, the other city buried by Vesuvius in 79 AD. Some parts of the city were incredibly preserved, including several human skeletons nearly 2000 years old! Then I ate "the world's best pizza" at Da Michele, the pizzeria made famous by Julia Roberts in Eat Pray ...

Underground temples in Rome

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp on Sep 21, 2012

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... was their Mithraic school, and then further on a couple of 1st century houses. The interesting thing about this level is how well supplied with water it is. The houses were fully equipped with drains and basins that took advantage of underground springs, and the noise of the water flow adds to the creepy factor. No photos allowed in the underground section, and an automated recording played 5 minutes to remind you in case you were tempted to be naughty. After ...