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 ...

    The Colloseum and Other Grand Sights

    A travel blog entry by andbrown on Oct 17, 2013

    4 photos

    ... Cosmedin, and Campidoglio. Our last stop before returning to the hotel was the Vittorio Emanuel II Monument. There were guards standing watch over the monument and they would blow their whistle at anyone who was not following the rules (such as using a tripod for your camera?). It was entertaining to watch. By this point our feet had had enough and spending all day in the heat was getting to us so we returned to the hotel. We relaxed for a short while and freshened up ...

    Vatican City and the Colosseum!

    A travel blog entry by lacedwithjess on Jul 05, 2013

    2 photos

    ... because the lines were all HOURS long. Minimum 4 hours waiting. Plus we also got a lot of the history and facts we wouldn't have otherwise discovered on our own. We started at Vatican City, which was beautiful and full of history. The frescos, mosaics, sculptures, and paintings were too many to count. Our tour guide had very good English, and we only lost 2 people during the tour...oops! We went into all the rooms, the ...

    Roman Holiday

    A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Feb 23, 2013

    2 comments, 29 photos

    ... guilt?) windows - it's pouring ... and I do mean metaphorically in terms of all those millions of people living in abject poverty around the globe. While ordinary Catholics are told by their leaders to sacrifice and suffer and that to do so is virtuous, I doubt that anyone at the top of the tree has gone without for a very long time. I know that I'm being overly simplistic and overlooking a great deal of good work that is being done but I'm sure if the Vatican was to have ...

    Day 75 - ROME!

    A travel blog entry by kiwiholly on Jun 28, 2012

    ... alarms to go off as the crowds bumped into them, which seemed to fuel the excitement!

    During all this excitement we once again made friends with the couple sitting next to us at dinner. Katarina and Robert were from Sweden, a nurse and a teacher, they were so friendly and nice, they ended up inviting us to stay with them in Sweden so they could show us around! We took some happy snaps and exchanged email addresses before heading home for the ...