Lord Byron Hotel

Via Giuseppe de Notaris, 5, Rome, Lazio, 00197, Italy | 5 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rome

Always Set an Alarm Clock.

A travel blog entry by taylorfaith

So I figured I might as well update this as much as I can in the beginning, considering I'm sure I'll get lazy and start slacking at some point. So yesterday was pretty uneventful, after a day of traveling, settling in, and probably ensuring myself eternal damnation after that nun incident, I was happy to settle in and go to bed moderately early. I …

The Day I Physically Assaulted a Nun.

A travel blog entry by taylorfaith


So, here I am finally writing a blog entry from Rome! I'm really nervous but also very excited. It was not really the easiest trip getting here, considering the travel day from hell i had to endure going back to Sacramento from East Lansing. I landed in California at 9pm, when I was supposed to be home by noon. Being the procrastinator I am, of …

They should rename the country EATALY

A travel blog entry by btran


We started our Italy leg in its capital, Rome. Rome to me has always been a fascinating city. As a child I loved stories of Ancient Rome, with its military campaigns, politics and world domination. I always marvel at the ancient buildings nestled between more modern additions. Rome has so many interesting neighborhoods aside from the Centro Storico …

Day 32 Europe vacation May 17

A travel blog entry by jonahadventures

... a less sketchy train to Naples we waited for our train to Rome. Like our last train we had fun playing with the business class recliners. When we got to Rome we took a taxi to our apartment. The Italian traffic is crazy! There are so many cars on tight roads. Plus you have hundreds of scooters zipping around cars and making driving dangerous. After being shown our apartment we settled in and explored the city. Rome is nice and similar to the other Italian cities.

How to bargain. The art of the haggle.

A travel blog entry by siobhan21

... 50s and 20s then offer way below asking price.

Buy in bulk! We are well acquainted with this notion in the US. This technique is most often used while traveling when we’re buying souvenirs for friends and family back home. Whether it’s worry beads from Greece or pashminas from Italy, you can get some pretty cool gifts that are not tacky and come with an affordable price tag. For these items, you want to start by shopping around to look at ...

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