Ostello della Gioventu Foro Italico

Address: Via delle Olimpiadi, 61, Rome, Lazio, 00194, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Prati/Trionfale area of Rome, is near MAXXI - Museo Nazionale Delle Arti del XXI Secolo, Stadio Olimpico, Foro Italico, and Ponte Milvio.
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Rome May Be Overrated

A travel blog entry by occamsrazor875 on Jun 10, 2013

2 comments, 67 photos

... a car or anything, I have gotten far too used to Florence drivers, and Rome is not the same, they don't like to slow down for people. Florence is definitely the more pedestrian friendly. After the train ride I was a little reinvigorated, so I swung by Darcey's place, grabbed her, and we went to my place so I could change. Then we headed to get some amazing nachos and turkey & brie crepes at a little place back by her house. This sounds weird, but their nachos are ...

Rome Wasn't Conquered in a Day

A travel blog entry by sarasami on Nov 09, 2012

11 photos

Our morning started out with a light sprint to the train station and Sami's favorite quote of the trip, "Just leave me behind! I'm dead weight!" We got to Rome in no time, as we took one of the newly introduced high speed rails (300km/hr)! We navigated our way to the hotel to drop our packs and check in. After a nice long shower and overview of the map, we set out to try and see as much of this city as we could in 2 days. We decided ...

In The Summertime

A travel blog entry by pegsaroni on Jun 19, 2012

21 photos

... the arena in a heartbeat. The animal cruelty that went on below, forgetting about what would await them on top, was terrible, from starving tigers and bears, to keeping them awake all night prodding and burning the creatures just to make sure they were ****** and ready to give a good show when they were released. While I don't condone any of this, you do have to admire the genius of full spectacle, from the method of delivery to the reason behind the events. The emperor used these ...

Rome walkabout

A travel blog entry by bettymoore on Sep 18, 2011

6 photos

... the moment she is turning into a tree, with roots growing out of her toes, and her fingers sprouting leaves. It is an absolutely beautiful marble work of art that makes you hold your breath so you could see more.

The gallery had more of those green signs everywhere with running men on them. My best guess is that the signs point to emergency exits, however, there is no fire on the signs, just a running man and an arrow pointing to a white box. Sheesh!!!

When ...