Simpatia Massalongo

Via Bartolomeo Massalongo 5, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Hostel
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When in Rome!

A travel blog entry by emseurope


... made our way back into Rome via the metro stopped off a pizza/pasta place and had dinner by the Trevi fountain. This was a surreal and wonderfully beautiful experience, something I think everyone should do, I think the fountain was prettiest at night and a lot less crowded although not completely empty! Getting home proved to be difficult and interesting at the same time, we came out of a different exit to the station entrance we came in which threw us off as to where we ...

Rome Italy sunny day 23+ degrees

A travel blog entry by leighthebomb


... Italian it we made it through. I ordered a salad and I have ever seen such a huge salad in my life. Everyone else had big meals too so if you come to Itlay be warned the meals are big. Home we waddled and had a game of a dear neighbour does the ample whistle still. A game I will have to explain when we get home. One more night here in Rome and Europe and then pack our bags for the flight home. we thought we would come back with less but it seems we have more go figure. Buone ...

Day 02 – Rome at Last!

A travel blog entry by meckley


... We ended up in the crypt, but there were no bodies – just cat food bowls.

We eventually made it to Trevi Fountain. Trevi Fountain was built by Nicola Salvi in 1762. It is an "over-the-top" Baroque fountain that takes advantage of the abundant water in Rome. Most art historians seem to hate this fountain. It is always full of tourists. Every time I have been here, it is hard to move around. Kim gave me a list of must-sees. ...

Roma - Forum, Palatine Hill

A travel blog entry by roganna


civic holiday here today - Liberation Day - the anniversary of the U.S. freeing Italy from the Nazis during World War II. planned to go to the Coliseum, the Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill today. These places are all together near our apt. Coliseum ended up being way too basy, so we just did the Forum & Palatine Hill. Will go to Coliseum tomorrow, when forecast is for rain and it's not a national ...

Roman Holiday - Last Day

A travel blog entry by lisa0904


... cab to whisk us over to the Vatican City. We knew we couldn't make it through the tour of the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Bascilica without something to eat. We popped into a lunch place across from the Vatican Museum and quickly scarfed down sandwiches and Pringles chips as we walked across the street. I don't know if it was the hunger or what, but we all kept commenting on how AMAZING the pannini sandwiches tasted. Yes, I think it was the hunger.



This hostel, located in the Pietralata area of Rome, is near Maximus Tours, Villa Torlonia, Catacombe di Priscilla, and Santa Costanza.
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