B&B Attico Partenopeo
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... resort island just off the coast of Naples. We took the "funicular" to the city of Capri on the bluffs overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. We sat down for a fantastic lunch at a restaurant with fantastic views. From there we headed down to the beach and enjoyed a great afternoon of swimming, napping and trying to find the keys to our yacht parked just off shore.
... of course we ran in opposite directions. None the less we soon met in a solidly impacting embrace that coupled with our running to meet one another drew some stares, and I'll bet every single one of them wished that they had as warm, happy and loving greeting as I received and gave. We were quickly on our way to board the bus into the city and the train station exchanging stories of our time apart. I guess here is a good time (possibly a belated time) to name my ...
... too. We are now spending our final night in Italy back at the hotel where we started this tour - but in a far better room.... much more space. Not all rooms are created equal!! Same price.
Tomorrow we catch a taxi to the station- high speed train to Rome Termini, express train to airport. Vueling airline flight Rome to Paris and then taxi to the apartment I booked where we spend the next 6 nights. It will be a full day of travel! Planes, trains and Automobiles.
... Surprisingly, I was the only visitor to the museum at the time so I had a private tour around the Gothic church - quite a novelty after the experience of Rome’s crowded churches. On my way towards the train station I walked up a lane in town famous for its many manufacturers of miniature nativity scenes, made with painted terracotta figures about half the size of an Action Man and set in dioramas constructed from large lumps of cork, decorated with small pieces of vegetation ...
... around us after the show. I was waiting for someone to ask us to autograph their "Princess Patter" activities guide. We held a mini press conference in the corridor after the show and kept making people laugh by making fun of ourselves. We got tired of the pub (short for publicity), looked at each other without saying a word, grabbed hands, and walked to the elevator to go to our room. We don't need a dumb game show to confirm how well we know each other...all it takes is a ...