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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Lilium Hotel Rome
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... from Slovenia with his lovely wife and 3 kids. We had 6 adults and 8 kids in an amazing villa over looking the Mediterranean. It was a week to remember! We drank wine, played games, the kids had gelato and we had a blast. One day we took over the beach with kids, floaties, a tarp and tons of food. An Italian man came by and asked where we were from... The U.S.. "You are like the pilgrims" he said :) We did look like we were moving in. Ha! Leaving the ...
... giant statue of Nero (and the Sol) which was placed out the front of the theatre, called the Collosos. The theatre itself is an amphitheatre (or double theatre, making it elliptical) built by the emperor Vespasian, and by his successor and heir Titus. The theatre was built on the former lake belonging to the emperor Nero, who was overthrown in a coup d'etat by the Praetorian Guard due to his extravagances. It was built to host massive games, that were thrown for free ...
... Doug was targeted by one of the female singers and he had to take the flower from her teeth and put it down between her breasts... (interesting, spellcheck kept changing breasts to beasts). He was one of the lucky ones, they got more outrageous as the night went on.
We said our farewells that night and a few shed tears especially our Texan lovelies. Some of the group were doing an extension to Sorrento but it was going to be with ...
... are huge and magnificent, and the walk was what we needed. Returning to Hotel Smart, we assembled the bikes outside the front door, and handed them, and the bikes over to hotel staff to put in the baggage room. With two bikes to assemble and four tyres to inflate, it took a while, but the bikes went together without problems. I forgot to bring thread locking liquid, so no doubt the screws mounting the carriers will need constant re- tightening. I ...
... all very sad, and quite confronting if they approach you.
Two, there seem to be no road rules, just make it up as you go. This includes pedestrians. I kind of like the chaos.
Three, taxi drivers all talk on the phone while they drive, and seem to frequently near-miss pedestrians and parked cars.
Four, heaps of people smoke, but this is more of a ‘whole of Europe’ habit.
Five, they have very strange emergency vehicle sirens here…
Over and ...