Antica Locanda Palmieri

Via di Grotta Perfetta 555/a, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Dances with pollen; Italy f*cked our suspension

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts

37

... A nice sized town with lots of free parking and as it so happened, a huge multi cultural fair throughout the main streets, just for that weekend. Sizzling Austrian bratwurst, cold Czech beer, French crÍpes and champagne, more German bratwurst, Italian wine, Portuguese dried fruit and nuts, Spanish paella, gorgeous Greek veggie pitta kebabs and English....bags? Admittedly one of them DID have the union flag on it, but that was literally it; no Battenberg cake, no tea, ...

No rain at the Pantheon

A travel blog entry by patty.mcefee

13

... was placed here in its current located in 1792.

It obviously wasn't going to rain today so I decided to buy something for lunch and then head back to the apartment. I started craving bacon and eggs today (probably because I smelled someone cooking it this morning!) so I stopped at a small market very close to Ponte Sisto. It was more challenging than you might think to buy what I wanted. First of all, bacon looks very different here—so much of it is fat. ...

When in Rome...

A travel blog entry by millys77

11

... our first guide, an Italian English speaking lady who filled us in with facts, myths and stories about this great place. This took about 20 minutes before she allowed us to enter! Once inside, it's hard to imagine the place in its former glory, with marble white seats all the way to the fifth tier and the arena filled with sand and 40+ trap doors to bring a surprise up from underneath, a gladiator or an exotic animal from around the world ...

Miles and Miles, Churches and Ruins

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol

22

... century onwards. Originally they were carved through tufo, a soft volcanic rock, outside the walls of the city, because Roman law forbade burial places within city limits. Furthermore, the pagan custom was to incinerate corpses, while early Christians and Jews buried the dead. Since ...

It's Raining, It's Pouring, Inside the Pantheon!

A travel blog entry by greenhalgh

14

... we went to the Borghese gallery. I didn't go in, but I played ninja in the garden with Bryn and Dad. After that we went to the National Museum of Rome. I didn't go in that one either, but this time I stayed with Bryn and Mom and played on Bryn's iPod touch. Then we went to Blue Ice one more time. I got mint chocolate chip, Bryn got melting chocolate, Cam got trifle, Mom got lemon, and Dad got pineapple. I had a great last day in Rome! ~Ethan ...

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