Twincities Hostel

Address: Viale Leonardo da Vinci, 223, Rome, Lazio, 00145, Italy | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Ostiense area of Rome, is near The Time Elevator, Salotto 42, Museo Centrale Di Montemartini, and Art Center Acea.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Italy and the Vatican- Week 9 (Part 4)

A travel blog entry by imdbling on Nov 15, 2014

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Police started roping off the area where we were eating our gelato and many people began to gather near the palace gates. I asked someone what was going on and they told me that the changing of the guards was about to take place. Two guards had been standing there without moving for quite some time and it was really cool to watch this ceremony take place with a giant band, all for two guards to switch positions. The ceremony lasted about 20 minutes and then after we ...

Rome: The Eternal City of Wonder and Excitement

A travel blog entry by hlavine on Jul 07, 2014

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... and the most magnificent of all...St. Peter's Basilica in six hours flat!! When in Rome do as the Romans do...so this whirlwind of a day also included a major snafu of walking the circumference of the outside of the Roman Forum, 2 crazy cab rides when we felt lost or too weary, wolfing down delicious square pan Roman pizza and running with cones of gelato back to St. Peter's train station. We were running for more than one reason��! All in all, it was ...

Rome- day 14

A travel blog entry by gatorfreud on Jun 15, 2014

50 photos

... museum thing, and the guy was talking on and on about al the history of gladiators, which was really quite fascinating! But the kids were getting antsy. We ended up huddling under this little place where there wasn't quite enough room to learn 5 attacks and 5 defenses... Karl ended up just going our in the rain and wildly swinging the sword things around. After that they did 1 on 1 battles, and that was kind of entertaining. Kurt wasn't doing well since everyone ...

Rome, Rome, Rome, what can I say, what can I say

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on May 30, 2014

50 photos

... but untouched, which was refreshing after lots of Greek ruins. Maybe our imaginations just aren't that good to reconstruct ruins visually?


The next day, on our way to the Colosseum, we found Pinnochio in Guepetto's workshop! It even had an elderly woodcarver with 'Guepetto' on his top (see photos). I like to think it was his real name.
The Colosseum was great as again, it's well preserved for its age (80AD) and just incredible to read about the ...

'ROMAtherapy!

A travel blog entry by abonilla on Mar 08, 2014

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... with Google Maps, and unlimited text/calling. They both also gave us a few tips and places to check out. Pietro warned us about the "ROMAtheraphy" that we could face - Italian men flirting with us. He also shared his love story with Flavia!! They've known each other since their childhood! Pietro's parents divorced early in his childhood and he lived with his mom in this same house ever since and now it's his own! Flavia apparently has lived down stairs from his ...