Hotel Lord Byron
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lord Byron Rome
Cozy and luxurious hotel with a great little restaurant. A bit far from the sights but nice nonetheless.
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... hard to believe where all these people come from. We didn’t go in as we have been before to many people and too long a line to get in. We walked back via some beautiful little lanes full of shops and pot plants very pretty and not to crowded which was nice. We had lunch at the Re Café a place recommended by Marizio our host, great pizza, beer and wine and not too expensive. In the afternoon another big walk ...
... and enjoyed a busker who reminded us of Brendan; his music provided a beautiful soundtrack to the piazza full of people, but his guitar case was nearly empty of money and even we did not have any small bills yet to give him the tip he deserved for making that moment so wonderful. We needed to break some large euro notes, so we stopped for wine and cheese across the plaza from the Tempio Adriano. It had begun to rain, but two seats were ...
... our third day in Rome and we are slow learners. We walked to the Piazza S. Agostino and to the church of S. Luigi De Francesi to see the Caravaggios. Of course they are closed between 12 and 3 or 4 in the afternoon. The monks or priests probably get €6 lunch vouchers like so many Italians do to spend at a restaurant that caters to this. At 2.30, the restaurants empty as they all head for coffee and a few smokes before going back to work at 3. We wander to the Ara Pacis Augustus. ...
... see the Moses in St Peter in Chains. We were totally impressed by Moses but spent a long time waiting for someone to put 1 Euro in so it would light up. Finally someone lit it up- it was eeven better. Sue thought is was a iracle and fell to her knees, until we showed her where the magic coin box was. But we still haven't figured out those chains (Penn and Teller where are you) We thought Michelangelo did pretty good job on that sculpture and I ...
... to boost my luck...and we were back on the bus. We went to the Piazza Novona which was this awesome square filled with artists who could sketch your portrait. One in particular i stood and watched for most of the 15minutes that i was there watching what i can only describe as absolutely perfect skill in sketching this lovely young australian girl whose mum i chatted away to who was absolutely gorgeous. When i had to rush off to meet my tour she gave me a big hug and kiss ...