Casa Correale Rooms & Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
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... his knees curled to his chest and his palms pressed together. He was thought to be praying, but it was later discovered that he was a slave and his hands were bound.
On a less depressing note, we learned about “pub life” in Pompeii. Sprinkled throughout the city were small storefronts with countertops containing large holes. We learned that wine was placed in the holes to keep it cool and people would amble up to the bar, have a cup ...
As we were packing, I had a bit of a scare......I could not find our passports. I looked everywhere, in every zippered pocket of our bags, in all of my clothes, in the money belt, in every drawer in the room. I usually keep them in the money belt and keep the money belt with me at all times, but I could not find them anywhere. Dana and I both started to freak out until she remembered that I had to leave them at the front desk with ...
... the food there was some of our favourite in Italy. The pizza was as good as Naples', the Pasta we had (Oriciette) was produced locally and was delicious and we finally found an antipasto that really belted anything we had tried before in Italy or Australia (and we've had our fair share). A pretty great last meal (although we come back to the north of Italy in August and do it all again).
So now we are on a ferry heading for Split in Croatia. We've met up ...
Packing list/Top 20 items not to forget... 1) Tickets and travel documents/itinerary 2). Photocopies of important documents 3). Spare credit card, money/euro 4). Padlock, flashlight 5). Toiletries, first aid kit, bandaids 6). Driving license, passport 7). Spot cleaner, laundry detergent/dryer sheet 8). Universal adaptor, car charger splitter 9). Alarm clock 10). Phrase ...
... packed the white). This proved very handy to wash down my lunch .... Vernon thinks I have turned into a right lush.
The train was pretty packed but we managed a seat in cattle class with our bags above us on a rack. Here I would like to note that the Italians in general do not seem familiar with deodorant. The further south you go the worse it is. I had to eat lollies at one stage to get some scented air up my nostrils. That said another ...