Augusta Lucilla Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAugusta Lucilla Palace Rome
This hotel proved to be a gem. The staff were friendly, the rooms were well appointed and the breakfast buffet was a great start to the day. We stayed here as part of a package and we really found this a great hotel as a base for our exploration of Rome. One of the best features is the location. The hotel is in a quiet street with many restaurants within a short walk and it is only two minutes walk to the Termini, which meant we could catch trains, trams, busses, the Metro or any number of open top bus tours to get just about anywhere in the city.
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... so bored. Maybe it's the stigma of being in a museum and reminds me of the times I was dragged through museums when I was younger (jokes, I wasn't dragged but you get my drift) We then started our walking tour which was insane! It was the most intense 4 hour history lesson of my life. I dare you to quiz me on ancient Rome, I DARE YOU, I rock now thanks to our American tour guide. I also noticed that ancient roman emperors had names of star ...
... no I refrain myself. I have had enough today. Its been a ****** day but tomorrow will be a better day.
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... had been to Italy a few times before and all over Europe). We walked to the gelato shop with them after dinner and almost stayed out with them for a few drinks but decided it would be best to get as much sleep as possible before our flight home the next day.
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... at the Brezza winery under our hotel. Here this is done in a sophisticated manner. We sat down at the table with crunchy bread and a variety of cheeses and the winemaker, Enzo, talked us through the various varieties. As Brent is a winemaker himself, albeit a small one, he had lots of questions and we were given interesting information about how they were made. I just enjoyed the tastes!! We then went up to the hotel restaurant for dinner. This had ...
... the metro with the group to a great restaurant. Tonight, we had a short lesson with one of the professors about Itialian cooking. He demonstrated how to make gravy (or sauce haha) and gave everyone a cookbook. Overall, things are going relatively well. There is a lot to do and see, but I obviously am overwhelmed and homesick. Can't wait to hear from everyone! I'll try to post again ...