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colle Casette 34 (via Prenestina Nuova km 71), Zagarolo, Lazio, 00039, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located on colle Casette 34 (via Prenestina Nuova km 71), Zagarolo, is near Caffè Letterario and Labirinto.
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    The Vatican City

    A travel blog entry by stevegrace on Jul 29, 2014

    15 photos

    ... an English scholar, very knowledgeable and very enthusiastic about all we were about to see.
    For obvious reasons photographs are not permitted in the necropolis, but the tour was fantastic!
    The cost is minimal and allows you to stay in the Basilica for as long as you like afterwards. But access to this special area underneath provided a complete perspective of the history leading to the current day Basilica.

    After we had a brief look around ...

    Oh pope, where art thou?

    A travel blog entry by niknak21 on May 10, 2014

    8 photos

    We had lovely sleeps last night, with the only noise waking us this morning being someone going to the toilet and the cistern making a ridiculously loud hum. It does it every time someone goes to the loo...! Anyways, so we got up and had breakfast at the hotel, before heading to the vatican museum. We were expecting pretty big queues, but the mass of people looked worse than it was. Pre-booking online is definitely the ...

    Let Us Pray

    A travel blog entry by mrush on Sep 06, 2013

    68 photos

    ... coffee mugs and key chains adorned with images of the Creation of Adam I realized I had seen something special, but unfortunately hadn't been able to take it all in. I tell you what -- tourists ruin everything ;)

    The museums left me underwhelmed, but St. Peter's Basilica quickly turned the visit to Vatican City around. The place was truly massive. Even with my ...

    Colosseum, Roman Forum, Pantheon & Spanish Steps

    A travel blog entry by jandamercs on Jun 08, 2012

    5 comments, 19 photos

    ... t get over how big everything is! The Colosseum was amazing to see!

    Giorgio came to pick us up late afternoon and we headed to one of his local hang outs, which was a tiny little place, that sold only beer! Joseph had some italian and german beer. Before heading to pick up mum and dad at the airport we had some pizza foccaccias at an award winning bar. They were delicious!

    We were so happy ...

    Photos of the Colosseum

    A travel blog entry by novaceks on May 30, 2012

    20 photos

    The Colosseum was the emperor's solution to keeping the people happy by giving them free food and entertainment once per month. It's purpose was to hold gladiatorial games, and display and kill animals from around the world. They averaged 1000 killings per day. So for this reason the Colosseum was built in a valley to help remove the foul smell of dead carcasses.

    The Colosseum (like a modern day stadium) could hold up to 300,000 ...