Pop Inn Hostel

Address: Via Marsala 80 , Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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      Travel Blogs from Rome

      Rome Day One

      A travel blog entry by europeinajar on Oct 03, 2012

      1 comment, 21 photos

      So after our nightmare situation of trying to find our hotel in Venice, we decided to make things easy on ourselves and booked a hostel directly across the street from the train station in Rome. We literally walked out of the station and saw the "Pop Inn Hostel" sign. It was almost too good to be true, I think we skipped across the street we were …

      Rome Day Two

      A travel blog entry by europeinajar on Oct 04, 2012

      1 comment, 11 photos

      Rome wasn't built in a day, so we figured it only right to not make the blog one day..... Today started out just as yesterday did, with the same pastry and cappuccino in the cute little cafe on the street, the only difference is we have about 1/4 as much energy as we did yesterday. Yesterday marked the beginning of our last full week of our trip. …

      These boots were made for walking

      A travel blog entry by cafe_travel


      ... br> We went and sat in the shade of the big statue in the Campo to have our breakfast and then went in search of one of my favourite coffee shops, Castroni at via Ottaviana, 55. Actually there are 8 Castroni stores all over town but this one’s the original. Via Ottaviana is right near the Vatican so we took our time having a look over the big piazza in front of it which is always packed to the rafters and made our way on to our coffee stop. Castroni is such a ...

      Rome=steep learning curve (R)

      A travel blog entry by rcadventures


      ... at least one part of the schmozzle and bought a drink. Now, (as a big hero), I could provide my wife with change! After she was able to enjoy the use of the restroom, (maybe she'll tell you all about it, maybe not), we were off to discover how to use our Metro tickets and walked a great distance to the information booth. "Ahh... Yes... we have a few different passes, and the one you have doesn't get inserted like a card, you rub it over the area and the chip inside lets you ...