Ostello della Gioventu Foro Italico

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

Day 24 - Pompei and Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by lisawesty on Oct 03, 2012

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... those who remained died of toxic fumes or suffocation.

The area lay undisturbed for 1800 years until it was discovered while a channel was being built. Excavations have already taken 250 years and only 3/5ths have been uncovered. The amazing thing is how much is still there. The roman baths were almost intact with colored paintings, marble baths, statues. The 90+ take away food stalls the romans used set up like bain maries, statues, wells, pillars and ...

Gladiators everywhere

A travel blog entry by campbellfamily on May 31, 2012

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... we found a group, negotiated a price and clicked away. The boy's favourite part of the Colosseum was learning that in the first 100 days they killed 2000 people and 5000 animals and this went on for 300 years.

Time to head for a late lunch and to see the Vatican. On the way Ben practiced some of his bargaining skills for a Tripod. Price started at 18 euros, then 8 euros, 5 euros and he walked away a happy boy after paying 3 euros. ...

Stabia & Lunch at a Farm

A travel blog entry by jasaunderss on Sep 06, 2011

Stabia (or Stabiae in Latin) is a working archeological site that isn't open to the public.  We were allowed in because Grand Circle is one of the funders of the dig.  One of the archeologists led us around, explaining what they had learned.  Stabia was a collection of five or so villas on a hilltop above Sorrento where the wealthy spent the summer to escape the heat of Sorrento or Roma. The villas were completely covered ...

Days of Jaws Slack in Rome (I)

A travel blog entry by laschus on Apr 13, 2011

... an instant part of our group, even as he raced to tables outside and in. His English was limited but his smile was infectious, and he had us captivated. We bade our goodbyes reluctantly and headed out from one of the most exquisite lunches in history (at least ours) as we prepared for our day. We had just paid for our meal and Mark was using the restroom, when I encountered the most amazing thing...just as we walked out of the restaurant my sister grabbed me ...