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Venice and Death

A city born to die – by drowning.

Algonquin Round Table wit Robert Benchley visited Venice and sent a telegram to David Niven: “Streets full of water. 1,304 more words


Soho: Byron, Yoobi, Bone Daddies & Wagamama

Byron may be most known for their burgers but their cheesecake is even better! This is the white chocolate cheesecake with blueberries. My gosh…MUST TRY! The cheesecake is so soft and goes so well with the blueberries. 373 more words


Rome, Italy: Keats-Shelley House


When it came down to a choice between visiting the Napoleonic Museum and the Keats-Shelley House, there was really no question over which museum was going to emerge victorious.  961 more words


April 16 1814: Hobhouse Leaves for Paris

On April 16 1814, John Cam Hobhouse decides to go with Henry Grattan to Paris, to witness the fall of Napoleon. Byron is invited to come but decides to stay in London. 167 more words


No. 299

The Golden Days. By CpSingleton © 2014

Byron, old boy, hush your cynicism!
Summer is waving from April’s cleavage.
It’s swishing hand sending golden light. 125 more words


beauty in moving

There is a beauty in moving; in not lying in your arms all day. Simple beauty in escaping your stillness and turning with cogs that move steady and send the heart pulsing. 414 more words

April 12 1814: Byron to Murray

On April 12 1814, Lord Byron to his publisher to John Murray. He is again writing about his ‘Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte.’

I send you a few notes and trifling alterations, and an additional motto from Gibbon, which you will find singularly appropriate. 44 more words