Twincities Hostel

Viale Leonardo da Vinci, 223, Rome, Lazio, 00145, Italy | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Day 1!!

A travel blog entry by tahwhoo on Aug 28, 2014

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Becasue of falling asleep so early the previous day, Paulina and I were up by 3 am today. Around 6am, we decided to head out and try to catch the sunrise and sort of further explore the neighborhood. And what a great decision that was! we walked down the to Tiber River and crossed and then crossed back across another bridge. Even so early in ...


A travel blog entry by aleciaelliot on Apr 24, 2014

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... I needed to wait in line with everyone else if I wanted to get a map. Luckily, I had my guidebook which seemed to know about the map situation and had included a map for us! The Vatican is set up in some insanely complicated maze with two courtyards smack in the middle and the Sistine chapel on the far end. We weaved our way through crowds, heat and artifacts until we got to the Sistine Chapel. "NO PHOTOS! SILENCIA!" rang out of the speakers across the chapel. Guards patrolled ...

Day 17 - Rome

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

51 photos

... of a low valley between the Caelian, Esquiline and Palatine Hills, through which a canalised stream ran. By the 2nd century BC the area was densely inhabited. It was devastated by the Great Fire of Rome in AD 64, following which Nero seized much of the area to add to his personal domain. He built the grandiose Domus Aurea on the site, in front of which he created an artificial lake surrounded by pavilions, gardens and porticoes. The existing Aqua Claudia aqueduct was extended to ...

Rome-ing around Italy

A travel blog entry by tommyforrest on Sep 08, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... Romano and had a look around first, which was really interesting as you need a bit of an imagination to visualise what used to be present on the site. The Forum Romano is basically the centre of Ancient Rome, where all the important buildings were and parades used to occur. The video guide gave you a few representations but you really needed to look at the ruins and then imagine the buildings that used to be there and the people that used to be around at the time. It was ...

Hi Ho Hi Ho it's 240km/h we go...

A travel blog entry by ozplanman on Sep 04, 2013

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... of Australia, there are well forested hilltops and agriculture extending up towards them with occasional areas of erosion scarring some of the steeper slopes. Orchards and vineyards are sprinkled on the lower rolling slopes with areas of cropping on the flats as you'd expect, growing sunflowers and cash crops. The soils look pretty poor with areas of dispersibility for the soilies. The rivers seem fairly shallow and contain numerous sediment bars. All this is in ...