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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      All Roads Lead To Rome

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 17, 2014

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      ... of course had to order some pasta and we were very pleased when it arrived piping hot and in huge portions.

      We woke up on our last day in Rome (Saturday) determined to check a major item off of our to do list…shipping a box with our Italy souvenirs home so that we didn’t have to drag our stuff with us on the train to Naples the next day. We had already tried unsuccessfully when we first arrived to conquer the Italian Post Office but there were so ...

      Vatican City - My Dreams Come True!

      A travel blog entry by kyleandsammy on Sep 11, 2014

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      Today was filled with mystery, wonder, and history! I've thought about what it would be like to visit Vatican City since I was a little girl. The experience exceeded my expectations! We started today with a quick breakfast and speedy can ride to Caffe Vaticano, which is across the street from the entrance to Musei Vaticano. We sipped a couple steaming cappuccinos under the awning as we waited ...

      Ah, Italy

      A travel blog entry by lawslo on Apr 21, 2014

      Italy certainly has had its problems over the years. Despite their formidable fortifications and often hilltop locations, virtually every town of any size has been sacked at least a few times by a variety of invaders ranging from Visgoths to – perhaps even worse – the French. More recently, Italians talk about "the Crisis," the economic disasters and debt crunch faced by the euro-currency nations.

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      Roma - Doing it big!

      A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 13, 2014

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      ... with the reading. The homily was something about how "My God, why have you abandon me" was not cried in desperation, but something else that I didn’t understand. But the priest said it a whole lot. I shared what I knew with Lizzie and we just went with it for the rest) I said all the English versions of the responses. Sometimes people were standing when they were supposed to be sitting and in the reverse. I just kept telling Doug to do what the nuns do. ...

      Leaving on a jet-plane...

      A travel blog entry by karaandmatt on Sep 27, 2013

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      ... on the 7+ hour flight. The customs line was pretty fast and we are now situated at our hotel for the night. It is 1:48 AM Italian time so we are pooped! We will catch an early bus to Indy in the morning then pick up our sweet puppies from boarding!! Thank you so much for coming along with us on this trip of a lifetime! Please enjoy the scrapbook pages I have put together of our memorable moments ...