Hotel Ping Pong

Address: Lungomare P. Toscanelli 84, Lido di Ostia, Lazio, 00122, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Lido di Ostia area of Lido di Ostia, is near Real Rome Tours, Ostia Antica, and Rome Connection.
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      Travel Blogs from Lido di Ostia

      A day at the beach

      A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on May 18, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... Briana Well, today was probably the most relaxing day we have had so far. Since it is our last day in Rome and we needed a relaxing day, we went to the beach. The beach was called Ostia Lido, just like Briana said up there. I should have written first because now it won't be as interesting, since we both did the same thing at the same time. We took the Metro, then we rode on another train for about a half an hour. We were lucky ...

      Roamin' Rome

      A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 29, 2013

      26 photos

      ... happening. There was a crowd gathering, so we asked the first policeman we saw what was happening. He spoke no English whatsoever, but he did manage to say excitedly, “LA PAPA, LA PAPA!!” and point at the colosseum. My heart fluttered and my stomache jumped into my throat. We ran towards the crowd and pushed our way to the front. We were about 300 feet away and we waited for and hour and a half but it was worth it. WE SAW THE POPE! It is apparently an ancient ...

      Massively Ancient Rome

      A travel blog entry by clammysox on Jun 17, 2012

      55 photos

      ... They also included vaulted arches to add strength without excessive weight. Arches and concrete allowed the Colosseum to be built.

      Lucky for us that the Romans went to all this structural effort, because our guide told us that just like in the Roman Forum, this place was raided in the Dark Ages for metal, only this time they took the metal pins that held the stone blocks together. Today, there ...

      Ostia Antica

      A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc on May 29, 2012

      68 photos

      ... about 3 hours of rain with the exception of a couple of nights when it rained overnight but had cleared by morning.

      The trip so far has been laden with a great deal of history, amazing architecture for the time, magnificent scenery, great food, crazy drivers and immersion into the Italian culture which has been an eye opening experience.


      The Piazza del Popolo!

      A travel blog entry by momentsintime on Mar 18, 2012

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... ha!

      In the center of this Piazza del Popolo square stood a magnificent Egyptian obelisk of Ramesses II from Heliopolis! This certainly brought back memories of when I toured Egypt in 2010. Yes, good old memories!

      Anyway, this masterpiece known to be the second oldest as well as one of the tallest obelisks in Rome, was quite impressive in its very own way. It ...