Antica Locanda Palmieri

Address: Via di Grotta Perfetta 555/a, Rome, Lazio, 00142, Italy | 3 star hotel
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      Roman Holiday, part 2

      A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Apr 07, 2015

      15 photos

      My getaway weekend to Rome wasn't only a visit to the gardens in Tivoli. On Saturday, we dragged Bill away from his studies and made a pilgrimmage to Ostia Antiqua. This is now a town in ruins, but was the principle harbor for the city of Rome two thousand years ago. Like Pompeii, it is a pretty well preserved ancient city, with roads, buildings, mosaics and frescoes. Unlike Pompeii, it doesn't have a ...

      Rome Day 1

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Oct 31, 2014

      ... completed the customary toss of coins in the pool in hopes our actions would bring us back one day to an operating fountain. A little disheartened we walked to the immense memorial of the unknown soldier, past the Roman ruins and finally to the Colosseum which lifted our spirits a great deal. The Colosseum towered over us its imposing structure bringing pictures of gladiators to our heads. It wasn't that hard to picture these fighters as there ...

      Day 79-82: Rome

      A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Aug 05, 2014

      1 comment, 43 photos

      ... think everything here is really big. The heat was quite a challenge at the start but is now bearable, but we are drinking a lot of juice and coke in a day. Jimbo drank 2L of soft drinks yesterday! An interesting thing about Rome is that the pedestrian crossings seem to be optional for drivers. Even as you're walking across one, there is a high risk of death from a car or motorbike screaming towards you, only to swerve around you at the last moment! ...

      "As long as the colossus stands, so shall Rome"

      A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Apr 06, 2014

      ... were tricked by the rose seller and gave him some money. The tout, dissatisfied with the amount, asked for more. The guy took out some coins from his hands and the tout have the audacity to choose the coins and took from his hands when he initially refused to give more. This is madness. We reached the foot of the steps and the fountain was under maintenance. We decided that we were tired and should head back soon so we walked to our last destination, Popolo square to take ...


      A travel blog entry by kinwah on Feb 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... us a taste of his dinner and who are we to refuse a dish from an Italian? That would be rude, no? Especially in his own house? :) He whipped up a dish of rice cooked with boiled stinging nettle, thankfully, not so sting-y when it came to eating it. It had a light but pleasant sweetness to it. This was allowed by a lovely fruit cocktail spiced with vanilla and a liquorice liquor. Regretfully, this was our final night in Rome, and we were not looking forward to leaving the company of our great ...