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New Year’s Eve 2011 Rome Capodanno Living Room Cafe – M&J Place Hostel

New Year’s Eve 2011 Rome

Living Room Cafe – M&J Place Hostel

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Like everywhere else in the world, we love to celebrate New year’s Eve in Rome.The first thing you want to do, is book M&J Place Rome Hostels .

We will party in a warm and friendly atmosphere – Living Room Cafe with Dj, Food and Champagne Free at midnight, where enjoyment is the only theme of the night.

Will you be there?

Well, you shouldn’t miss an amazing team, which will help you to party all night long.




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ROME modern and past in one city

Rome is the capital city of Italy and Lazio, and is Italy’s largest and most populous city, with more than 2.7 million residents, and a metropolitan area of almost 4 million inhabitants. It is located in the central-western portion of the Italian peninsula, on the Tiber river.

Rome stands on top of more than two and a half thousand years of history, was once the largest city in the world and the centre of Western civilisation. Rome is still the heart of Christianity, being seat of the Roman Catholic Church which controls the Vatican City as its sovereign territory, an enclave of Rome.

Today, Rome is a modern, cosmopolitan city, and the third most-visited tourist destination in the European Union. Due to its influence in politics, media, the arts and culture, Rome has been described as a global city.

Rome’s international airport, Fiumicino, is the largest in Italy and the city hosts the head offices of the vast majority of the major Italian companies, as well as the headquarters of three of the world’s 100 largest companies: Enel, ENI, and Telecom Italia.

As one of the few major European cities that escaped World War II relatively unscathed, central Rome remains essentially Renaissance and Baroque in character. The historic centre of Rome is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

The ancient Romans were great conquors and they used their great might and power to gain large areas of land.In every new dominion that they conquored,they set out to “Romanize” the population in many ways.The main type of Romanization, however, was the development of new and glorious cities. All provincial cities followed a set plan and form and were built on a symmetrical scale.These cities always included at least one public bath and a public arena as it was consitered uncivilized by the Romans for any self respecting city within the empire to lack these necessities. Also,some major cities had a barracks which was located in the outskirts of the settlement.

The people of the 20th century are fortunate enough to have access to many Ancient Roman cities that have remained in very good cosmetic form throughout the centuries.Two of the best preserved cities in existance from the Roman world are Pompeii and Hercullanium.In 79 AD,the famous volcano Mount Vesuvius erupted and completly buried these towns under a deep covering of volcanic ash which left them untouched and undisturbed by the rest of the world until their excavations began in the early part of the 20th century.These cities have buildings and roads that are in such good condition that they tell us exactly what the average Roman city and town looked like so long ago.

With all pride the ancient Romans took in city planning, it is suprising to learn that Rome, itself, was a very poorly planned city.The Roman streets were crammed and were frequently over-travelled. Also, the Roman tennement buildings, the insulae,were crammed along the roadside and were way too tall.It is said that, in some areas of Rome, it was always dark due to the high buildings. Furthermore, unlike the planned cities which had straight and symmetrical roads, the roads of Rome were frequently jagged and antisymmetrical which made travel even more difficult. The main cause for this problem that Rome faced was that, unlike the planned cities, Rome was built over time and so the majority of the city was built before city design had reached it’s height.

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M&J Place Hostel Rome Celebrates 10 Years: 22 of April, 2010 Rome Italy M&J Place Hostel Rome, Italy

Due to the travel disruptions caused by the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull Volcano this party has been cancelled until further notice. is celebrating its 10th anniversary and inviting you to participate in the best birthday parties ever. Don’t forget the date: 22st of April, 2010. The best celebration events will be held all over the world. While has now over 20,000 hostels from destinations all over the globe, the company started off small! So the 10th Anniversary will be held in the first 10 hostels listed in the webpage. If you are in Rome on the 22st, don’t miss the chance to join the party at M&J Place Hostel.

M&J Hostel Rome - Hostelworld - All in Rome

M&J Hostel has the most unique location within walking distance of all the main sights and 2 minute walk from Termini train station (Ryan air bus shuttle stops just around the corner). It is absolutely a great value for your money! Head to Rome and stay in this hostel. Stay in the city center close to all of the main attractions: Colosseum, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Fontana di Trevi and the Roman Forum. The best location ever! That’s the opportunity that cannot be missed. Add to this mild spring weather and a partying atmosphere!

The hostel has a 24-hours reception and there is no curfew/lockout. Therefore, all the guests are free to explore the city until late hours in the morning. They are also welcome to enjoy the excellent food, drinks, and non-stop parties in the downstairs bar – Living Room Cafe.

The 10th Anniversary will be held at this bar -restaurant-club. Join the party at via Solferino 9 from 21.00. Great people, drinks for free, gadgets and much more… would you dear to ask for more? Party all night long.

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