Casa Pellegrino

Address: Via del Pellegrino 50, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located in the Parione area of Rome, is near Campo de' Fiori, Palazzo Farnese, Museo Barracco, and Palazzo della Cancelleria.
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        Contradictions everywhere

        A travel blog entry by jaelithe.wedd on Mar 12, 2015

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        ... one of them was gibbering away in Italian to me. I didn't realise he was talking to me at first so I missed it. I told him "non capisco" (I don't understand). He asked me "Dov'e sei?" Where are you from. I replied. "Sono Australiana"- you all get that. To which he replied "Sei una bella ragazza molta"- Means I am a very beautiful girl. I was a bit gobsmacked so I replied thank you in Italian and moved on. He stared at me in corners for the rest of our stay there-creepy!!!!

        The Popes house and the land of the selfie!

        A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 12, 2014

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        ... the basilica comes in from the east. All in all, pretty impressive. Many others think so as well, especially once you combine a passion for the catholic church and the significance of this place. We had people lying on the ground cuddling it, we had people kneeling and kissing it and those having special moments. A second point to note was the numbers of selfies being taken. While we had our obligatory selfie competition. Joelene also reckons that i win most of the time because I ...

        Trastevere Flea Market / Fast Train to Naples

        A travel blog entry by longlastholiday on Sep 29, 2013

        Our last day in Rome. Walked to the Trastevere Flea Market which was in a part of town we hadn't seen. Much lower SES and greater multicultural mix. Sad to see people selling their kids toys and trying to sell trashy used knick knacks. Interesting market but didn't much; just coffees and sandwiches. Another walk around the district for the last time. Joe bought pizza from Renella, a famous wood fired bakery. Taxi to the train station ready ...

        Day 21 - Pantheon, Ostia Antica, Capuchin Crypt

        A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego on Jul 03, 2013

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        Today we hit 3 sites: the Pantheon (the inside), the ancient town of Ostia Antica, and the Capuchin Crypts.

        The Pantheon is a huge circular building, built in 27 BC and home to the tombs of King Victor Emmanuel II, King Umberto I, the artist Rafael, and Umberto's Queen Margherita. The only light comes from a 30-foot open hole in the center of the dome. When it rains, the floor is sloped so the water drains to the edges of the building. ...

        No matter how far or how wide I Rome...

        A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Feb 22, 2013

        2 comments, 29 photos

        ... showed absolutely no mercy! I should mention that by now it was raining and poor Mum was aching all over but not even this softened his black-heart! If I'd been able to reach him through the bars, I'd have throttled him knowing how exhausted Mum was and how she'd persevered just to see this scene from one of her favourite movies. Disappointed and soggy, we climbed into a taxi and headed for home.

        I left Mum to rest while I headed out on my own ...