Hotel Lord Byron
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... amazing how few people in Australia really smoke in comparison. Anyway these guys must not have got the memo about the whole cancer, emphysema and other lung issues! Today a quick breakfast and it is off to Rome, all of the weather reports are saying it is fine but we got to Firenze and it is still rainy so we wait and see. On arrival to Rome it was a beautiful, fine and hot Italian day. I got us to the hotel in quick time and within a half hour we were having ...
... again. Kind of romantic to think these guys were here drinking Italian wine, sipping espressos and writing.
We made up over another yummy light lunch and coffee, and trundled on to discover the modern workings of ATM, which meant we could go and see an exhibition of Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions, which we walked past about 2 hours before and only took cash. So from 8.30 now it is about ...
... the address once we got back and set out to find it. Now, in Rome, or even Italy as a whole for that matter, there are no blondes. Being two blonde girls, we stuck out like sore thumbs. This particular night when we were lost and trying to find the restaurant we were kind of harassed by some guy. We were pretty stressed out, trying to get away from him and clearly lost. We almost gave up on the restaurant, until we finally found ...
... is within what I would call 'walking distance', though it may be a bit further than others are willing to walk. On the way there I stopped to grab a panini for lunch, and sat in a small park not too far from the Palatine Hill (one of Rome's Seven hills) to eat. The park also had one of the water fountains that I've seen a few of around the city. These fontanelle's (little fountains) look to have been around for a long time, but are safe to drink ...
... significant sites, Rome is basically an extensive shopping mall. Everywhere we went there were shops and hundreds of thousands of shoppers. I will admit that I got caught up in the shopping frenzy. It was a day of heavy humidity, aka rain, so a little retail therapy to brush off the gray day and wet socks was in order. I will say the Italians do a nice job on clothing design. I also found that Italians are much more petite than this larger than life American ...