Hotel Lord Byron
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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Since my food tour had been cancelled due to the Republic Holiday, I had to find something else to do for dinner. In a street behind the hotel there were ristorantes lined along with waiters vying for you to eat at their establishments. I chose ...
... Caracalla who reigned from A.D. 211-217. His father Septimius Severus commissioned the baths and after his death the project was completed by his son Caracalla in 216 A.D. This building is among the most monumental and imposing archeological complexes of the entire Imperial epoch. The reign of Caracalla donned an age of cruelty absent from Imperial Rome since perhaps the emperor Domitian or Nero in the second century. Surviving busts ...
... truly didn’t want to leave our Roman home!
Mum emailed us about a song from the musical 'Nine’ on one of our first days in Rome called "Be Italian", and it seems an appropriate way to sign off this post :)
Be a singer! (Be a singer)
Be a lover! (Be a lover)
Pick the flower now before the chance is past (Before the chance is past)
Be Italian (Be Italian)
You rapscallion! (You rapscallion!)
Live today as if it may become your last!!
... do the painting of the artwork! For instance he definitely didn't paint all of the Raphael Rooms himself. There was one very interesting painting which he designed that took the **** out of Michaelangelo a little bit who had apparently been a bit of an up and down kind of guy, so was drawn looking sad, a bit of a outcast, writing in his journal on top of a block of marble that he was supposed to have been asked to use to make a tomb for the existing Pope. However, because the ...
... which is wear the body of the great general was cremated after his assassination in 44BC. The ruins include an altar, which is said to be the actual site of Caesar's cremation, and usually has an offering of fresh flowers (the ones there today look like they could do with replacing though!)
After exploring the Forum for a while, I had a quick walk through the Palatine Hill ruins, and then headed for the Circus Maximus. I probably should ...