Casa Pellegrino

Via del Pellegrino 50, Rome, Lazio, Italy | Inn
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ROMA - Day 2 - Roaming in Rome

A travel blog entry by daniellelyrette


... br> - Ponte St. Angelo: epic pictures of the thousands of people at Palm Sunday mass
- Piazza Navona: we think we saw the fountain from the Da Vinci Code here. Not sure though! Also, lots of gypsies and immigrants trying to sell you stuff. Hold on to your bag!
- Pantheon: Really big! Lots of people! Very cool!

* At this point, I had to absolutely insist we stop at a pharmacy and get band-aids for my CRAZY blisters. Keds are adorable, but not the ...

Our last day of holiday, sightseeing & Rome

A travel blog entry by goweregypt


... each day, and I guess the escape from everyday reality, as well as enjoying the great times we have together. But at the end of this the thought struck me that God wants all my life to be special, each and every day with Him, and so I need to look on each day for the adventures it will bring from the small pleasures and the love of the familiarity to the surprises and 'big things'; and to live each day in the same attitude as I do when travelling. (And that's the end of my philosophising!!)

Farewell Roma

A travel blog entry by dmandpeter


... have had such a wonderful time. We ventured out this morning to see another incredible church, St Maria Maggiore, which is just around the corner from our hotel. Of course we got to go to Mass - now we have been to masses in Italian, French and German - feeling quite blessed. More masses than we would attend in Cairns but then I think there is a stronger spiritual pull here. We then went and had our 1 euro coffee. In Italy if you stand at the ...

A Day and the Beach and Honeymooners in Rome

A travel blog entry by sknodle


... and along the bridge are vendors and street performers doing their levitating acts for donations.

I take Chuck and Pat for a walk down a street I know very well. We pass by "La Scuola di Leonardo Da Vinci" where I studied Italian for 4 weeks back in 2005. I learned my way around Rome pretty well during that time. This street leads us past Piazza Navona a huge circular piazza which was once used for chariot races. Today it's the ...

ROME. An ancient city of many delights.

A travel blog entry by jilly361


... highlight of the trip and what a way to finish 6 days in Rome.
Rome as a whole.......
Rome is a compact city with the usual narrow streets, cafe's, bars, piazza's etc. A lot of the buildings and artefacts were very dirty. The museums were expensive. The people did not look happy and were not particularly helpful at times. The food was pizza and pasta generally speaking but you could get a delicious Chinese meal. We did find a trattoria which we enjoyed but ...


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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