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Via Cesare Balbo, 4, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome Wasn't Done in a Day

A travel blog entry by benandcath

Rome Can't Be Done in a Day

7am flight from Madrid to Rome. Yuck. We were still a bit check lagged from our flight from Ecuador so we only slept about 4 hours overnight, followed by a 4:15am wake up, 5am shuttle bus and 7am flight. Add a 1 hour delay on the tarmac, a 2 hour flight, and another 2 hours getting into town and you have a …

Gelato, Pizza, Wine and Pasta!

A travel blog entry by jess416

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... and then we headed towards Vatican city where we were going to pick up our 3 day Rome passes! After we got our passes we got on the "hop on hop off bus" that was included and decided that we would just get off whenever we wanted. The weather was beautiful! We got off at the 3rd stop at a museum/monument (forgive me because I don't know the names of half of the things we saw) which was incredible. After this we headed towards the Trevi Fountain and tosses some coins back like ...

Venice to Rome.

A travel blog entry by reneepetaaa

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... the main course was a few different types of pizza and dessert finished the meal. After dinner we made it back to the accommodation for possibly the most exciting event of the trip so far! To do our washing! Well, to put our washing in bags for someone else to do it for us.... Even better! But the first night in Rome was a quiet one, everyone went to bed pretty ...

First Full Day in Rome

A travel blog entry by dayly

Florence to Rome Pisa + Leaning Tower + Prayed in church Rome Others did Imperial tour We walked around Forum ruins Bus to Piazza Novana Pizza for dinner Strawberry and lemon gelato from blonde Ash Bus to campsite Roomed with Sara and Laura Cold ...

Walking Tour of Roma

A travel blog entry by crystalsims

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... hemispherical roof, if inversed, would fit perfectly within the rotunda, suggesting a perfect sphere. The 30 feet in diameter oculus, which illuminated the interior, allowed one to contemplate the heavens from within the Pantheon.

The floor in the rotunda is curved with drainage holes, since rain water would come in through the open oculus. The geometric designs of the floor are made from different colored marbles representing regions of Roman ...

Location

This hostel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Appian Line Tours Rome, Teatro dell'Opera, and Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.
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