Rome Student House

Via Merulana, 117, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
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A trip to Rome and Florence

A travel blog entry by marie.abroad


The exams were done and we wanted to get away for a week before the new semester started. So where did we go...Rome and Florence :-)

The train from Milan to Rome was much nicer than expected and the journey only took 3 - 4 hrs. It was a quick train, ferrossia (?) train. It was nice.

When arriving in Rome, V. was …

Rome Wasn't Visited in a Day

A travel blog entry by zo_zo


... arena was filled with sand and the Latin word for sand was 'arena.' (I'm convinced that every single word in the English language has a Latin basis in ancient Rome.) ALSO the word 'fornicate' comes from the Colisseum. As our guide pointed out, wherever there were large gatherings of people, there were bound to be bars and brothels. There were obviously a ton of them around the Colosseum, and the structure is basically entirely composed of connecting arches. The Latin ...

The Forum (aka The Crystal Maze)

A travel blog entry by andydearlove


... and I'm sure a celebratory tune on the harmonica would not have gone a miss! I was contemplating using my water bottle round the back of a column at one point. I would have had to if I had needed to pay for the loo. I only had notes on me and although the relief may have been worth twenty Euros but I don't think I would have paid it. Note to self: when taking on excessive amounts of water, always know where your nearest toilet ...

The Colosseum and the Roman Internet.

A travel blog entry by rowan26

... the Roman Forum we looked around and found a ticket booth. We bought some tickets for the colosseum and then went there. When we saw the queue we thought we were so smart. The queue was more than 100 meters long and was moving very slowly. Luckily we bought our tickets at the Roman Forum where the line is really short and moves very fast. When we where in the colosseum we saw this little maze underneath it. We then read a little sign and it said that was where they kept ...

The Rats of Spagna Station

A travel blog entry by coach27


... ripe locals on the journey. Once in the hilltop village, we lunched, then bought tickets to visit Villa D'Este, which was merely an historic building in front of exceptional gardens, fountains and views of Rome on the horizon. A very pleasant afternoon in the country. Bought ingredients for dinner, and I made up a lamb stew with dumplings, followed by nutella crepes. Everybody ...


This hostel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di San Clemente, Love4adventure Tours, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, and Baptistry.
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