Sole e Luna

Address: Merulana 117, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di San Clemente, Scala Santa and chapel of San Lorenzo, Love4adventure Tours, and Baptistry.
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      Selfie Saturday with the Pope

      A travel blog entry by katedandrea on Oct 06, 2014

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... so I got a gelato instead. Highlight: The guys behind the counter were speaking to me in rapid fire Italian. When I gave them a deer in headlights look, they just repeated what they said louder, then finally realized and said to me in English, “Oh, you’re not Italian??!” Loved that.


      There are 7 hills in Rome and I definitely hit at least half of those - which can be a lot when it’s 80 degrees! It got chaotic and I could hear, ...

      Back to Rome

      A travel blog entry by ldschaub on May 30, 2014

      11 photos

      ... time walking around the 2 levels we would get to and reading the different tidbits of history posted around the area. It was still very intact and fun to walk around and look at. But we fought crowds and tour groups, at least this time we could make our way around them as necessary. When we were finished, we left and found a ledge to eat our lunch and look over the area filled with people, and two wedding groups getting ...

      When in Rome....

      A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Dec 01, 2013

      49 photos

      ... romantic, I probably should have done it. What really impressed me the most about Venice was the buildings. The detail in some of these buildings was amazing and it was obvious that there was an incredible amount of history in that city. Before going to Venice I jumped on the Couchsurfing website and got in touch with a few people. A guy named Giuseppe got back to me and said I could crash at his place, but it was pretty far outside of the city. ...

      Day 3 - And People Say Rome Wasn't Built In A Day

      A travel blog entry by carl.biancon on Sep 08, 2013

      100 photos

      ... into the Colosseum was amazing. When we got to our first set of stairs, everyone was complaining, I ran up them with the biggest smile on my face. (I don't know why, but I really like stairs). Walking out into the sunshine and looking at the inside of the Colosseum was brilliant. Even though it was just a shell of it's former self, it wasn't hard to imagine what it would be like it it was fully built. From he top ...

      A Quick Overview

      A travel blog entry by danddmeed on Jul 28, 2013

      122 photos

      ... San Gregorio Magno al Celio, Altare della Patria (which had a free museum on soldier history in Italy and the tomb of the unknown soldier), Santa Maria in Aracoeli, Deutsche Bank, Trevi Fountain, The Pantheon, then we walked back to the train station, got some supplies, then went back to the room.

      We walked from each place taking random streets and enjoying the sites and the pleasures of Rome. It was a great overview day of ...