Wiki Hostel & Greenvillage

Address: 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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      Travel Blogs from Zagarolo

      Italy in Ruins

      A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Sep 19, 2014

      61 photos

      ... of village life.

      Aside from the cultural benefits we also have the opportunity to catch up on bike maintenance, washing, blog writing, postage, sewing, or any one of a hundred different things that need doing whilst on the road.

      With this in mind, a little while ago, we joined a house sitting agency to see if we could secure some assignments in Europe, thus allowing us to stay a while in a spot. Our first assignment was for three weeks, ...

      Day 60 - Rome - Vatican City

      A travel blog entry by rachaelmcneil on Sep 08, 2014

      ... the church and the chapel we had to cover our shoulders and I was wearing a skirt so I just pulled it down as long as I could! After all that walking we were starving so we decided to go and get dinner. Naomi had heard of an area of town the the locals went to so we headed there and weren't disappointed! I had bruschetta and lasagna, and we shared a litre of house wine. We get along so well and 2 and a half hours ...

      Roaming Rome - SaturdaySunday

      A travel blog entry by nelmary on Jul 19, 2014

      ... be. The views from the Steps were breath-taking.

      The Coliseum is in the process of being restored to its original structure. Todd Shoes donated $25 million for this project. The Coliseum is enormous! We didn't realize outside the Coliseum are many ruins and gardens. In ancient times, the Romans had an organized ticket system for entry to events. Animals slaughtered there came from Northern Africa.

      The line to use the ...

      Ciao means both hello and goodbye.

      A travel blog entry by serinakoester on Jul 21, 2013

      17 photos

      ... corner unit oasis with high ceilings and shuttered windows to match which lead out to a balcony. A space that, despite its good looks, still emodes the lived-in comfort art, music, and children bring to a home that makes me feel immediately at ease. We dropped off our bags quickly, eager to eat, and we were on our way. It's hot here, but I was so excited to get to exploring that it didn't phase me, even in the usual all ...

      Collessio Ludus

      A travel blog entry by stevoc on Mar 30, 2013

      2 comments, 4 photos

      Today we attended to all things Gladiatorial - The inside tour of the Colloseum this morning (and a visit to Palantine Hill and the Roman Forum), followed this afternoon by Gladiator School. It was a very spooky feeling standing in the middle of the 2000 year old stadium and seeing where the gladiators fought and were killed. Jane Must admit I was really ...