Antica Locanda Palmieri

Via di Grotta Perfetta 555/a, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Our first day in Roma

A travel blog entry by funinitaly

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... we ventured to Campo de Fiori markets. There were a range of stalls selling fresh flowers, fruit, vegetables, fresh pasta, aromatic herbs and spices, and some souvenirs. The display was amazing and the scent of the fresh produce and spices just beautiful.

We then did a segway tour of the city - what a hoot! After about 15-20 minutes of instruction and practice, we were let loose on the city. Our guide, ...

When in ROME

A travel blog entry by schreinski

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... all of us to the point we almost kicked over their little stands. When we FINALLY got there we were told that the Vatican was closed to the public for the day due to "World Day", so we couldn't go inside and tour that or the Sistine Chapel, so we were all kind of bummed out about that because that was one of the highlights we were looking forward to on this trip, but we were still going to make the most out of it! We then stopped to get lunch because we were all starving. The ...

Pete and Angelo's

A travel blog entry by schipper

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... not go inside any of the places because I just wanted to go for a walk and take pictures (plus the lines were craaaaaay). But I will one of these days. And another cool thing was that I had a dinner party near Sant'Angelo that night, so I was able to get some night shots of it all lit up. Pretty sweet stuff.

Hope you enjoy the pics and thanks for checking the blog. God bless!!

A presto,

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Day 7: Florence to Rome

A travel blog entry by book-thief

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... pulled us aside and gave us information before we got to each of the sights. We saw the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, etc. Basically all the big touristy things, except we were saving the Colosseum, Forum, and Vatican for the following day.

We had a little bit of free time in Rome to get dinner, and I went with the Singapore Girls (Pei Yi and Yan Xuan) and the San Diego Girls (Rhiannon and ...

Food Walking Tour Rome

A travel blog entry by joyf

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... of his infant son Arthur Severn. The words on this child's tombstone read "The poet Wordsworth ws present at his baptism in Rome", raising questions as to a person's motive for such an inscription. Well it worked to his benefit as today, people know and mention the name Joseph Severn !! So an interesting twist to our food walking tour.

Our next stop was the market of course, The Testccio Covered Market. Over the years this area became a dumping ground ...

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