Casa Dominova Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Pets allowed
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... pizza. Lucio’s oven is heated to over 800 degrees. Lucio spoke in Italian and quizzed me on my Italian. Claudia and Benedetto are very sneaky people, as they stole our cameras and took incriminating photos with them. Kathy and I were Lucy and Ethel in a pizza shop. Loud Italian music was playing everyone was singing and the all of us had a blast. The kindness, humor and overall joy of the people we met today ...
... about life. Pietro plays the season here in Posi and then to Rio Brazil and January and February in Arizona for their tourist season there...good life. We finish our relaxed arvo there and he scoots us off in his little car along the most amazing coast line the world has to offer and I find it another emotional moment and have to pinch myself to believe this is really me and I am really doing this !!! Yep I'm here and ...
... of each joining balcony - and planted spiky asparagus fern in each pot, perhaps to inhibit people from jumping the fence to get into a neighbours outdoor space. Not the same as a built in wall, but that's how you do balcony's Sorrento-style. Its actually been pretty funny to be here in this space and watch the comings and goings of our neighbours. Obviously they are used to this lack of privacy and people on both sides of us use ...
... ancient seaside entrance and went up to the forum. We went around listing to Steve and did a few of our own things as well. Unfortunately, there were many closed sites. One of the most disappointing closers was of the arena. Today was very fun and I enjoyed seeing the ancient city. The ride home had lots of verdant plant life. Verdant means green and ...
... four corners), Piazza Sett'Angeli, Piazza Pretoria and countless churches. The churches here house such artwork and intricate details and always seem to be held in the very highest regard. In fact, we met a man who gave us a mini tour of one of the churches and told us stories of the frescoes and statues. He also expressed to us that the tombs existing beneath the church have an extensive underground path system all the way to the Cappuccini Catacombs two or three ...