Hotel Pulitzer Roma
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Pulitzer Roma Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
... please bring my Pokémon cards (I thing they are in the red box in my wardrobe) so I can show them what the English ones look like, they didn’t even know how to say Charizard!
But I digress. So…. The 27 décembre, Emma and I headed to La Côte (after a minor hiccup where I forgot my credit card, soz Em) to celebrate Lise’s birthday. We ate all the wonderfully, amazing, spectacularly, FANTASTIC food her mum normally makes, played with our respective ...
... Church really is. Michelangelo took four years to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and even he learnt on the job as it is really noticeable how the scale of his figures increased as he worked. According to the knowledgable Sara he did not do this lying on his back. In fact scholars now know that he was standing on a ladder and reaching upwards. Not surprisingly this left him with a bad back and almost blind from paint dripping in his eyes. That probably explains why ...
... fabulous baroque palazzi, strikingly ornate fountains and statues, and the magnificent Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone. Lining the piazza were an endless array of streetside cafes and restaurants - and even though it was only mid morning, all were brimming full of local patrons and even more tourists. Life looked happy and prosperous for the people frequenting the Piazza Navona.
There were plenty of cafes advertising Tartufo but in ...
... We stopped for some lunch after wards at a place very close to the Trevi Fountain and it was absolutely delicious. We had bread and I had a mozzarella caprese salad! After, we got gelato and continued walking around. We headed towards the Spanish Steps and walked around that area for a while. Then we headed over to the Colosseum where we got to skip the line with our Rome pass again. and then we met up with Paige's friend and her boyfriend for dinner. We had a nice Italian dinner and ...
... how to use (which I don’t yet) by the time the photo tour starts in Spain on November 2—ha! So I started walking around my neighborhood here in Trastevere. It felt strange carrying this huge camera (well, bigger than my little point-and-shoot, anyway!), like I was back to those first awkward walks 2 ½ weeks ago. I guess it was just that feeling of not knowing what I was doing! I just started shooting things—using the automatic setting only. I’m not ...