Casali Santa Brigida
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Casali Santa Brigida
TripAdvisor Reviews Casali Santa Brigida Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
... treats prepared in wonderful restaurants all over Rome. The city really seems to have adapted to this and is very welcoming of its foreign guests. No matter what your reason for visiting might be, taking the time to enjoy the more modern aspects of the city is a must. Just push past all of the selfie stick salesmen and enjoy a delicious pizza at ivo or an amazing pistachio/stracciatella cone at Giolitti.
... crowds strolling through the heart of Rome.
For dinner this evening we discover, not too far from our apartment, a Sicilian restaurant. Our waiter turns out to be German but has a lengthy history in the food industry and provides us with interesting antidotes about Sicilian food. We enjoy a quiet dinner while recounting the wonders of the St Peter's, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican Museums. What an incredible day!
... cruised right by an open grocery store, we jumped off next stop and made it back there by about 6.45. We grabbed some essentials but had trouble asking for 2minute noodles especially seeing as though we were given the hurry up from staff because they were closing. Our best Italian came out under pressure " fast" "quick" "speedy"...Frozen easy cook carbonara purchased and a grab at some water on the way to the register nabbed us some water...sparkling water... In a 6 pack. Bugger. ...
... of the church would be Pope John Paul II's newly anointed sainthood alter, the grandiose Bernini canopy in the center and the large ceilings with one of the first ever dome structures. Since I can't stop the list there, there was also Michelangelo's first commissioned sculpture, lists of all of the Pope's and various ornate decorations. Just roaming around the basilica you continue to find more and more to investigate. After we finished up looking through the main level ...
... So we decided to stay home and have a quiet evening, except for all the fireworks going off everywhere. I'm sure Beirut during the civil war was quieter than our neighbourhood. On New Years Day we decided to give St. Peters Basilica another go but once we got near the place and saw the crowds we knew better and went into the old town for a walk starting off at Campo de' Fiori Square. The square wasn't used for ...