Casa Dominova Bed and Breakfast
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... check in 20 chaps ahead of me! BTW to find the stag u just need to look for the Jimmy Bullard look-a-likely, LOL. Hilarious at 5:30am. Following that security was absolute madness! I loved the security lad tho handing out clear plastic bags bless him, being asked by one of Burton's stag do the technical question - can I rejoin the que with my mates?? he was ...
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The town of Amalfi was gorgeous as well! We had lunch at this local restaurant recommended by the man who helped us park our car. We ordered a few pizzas and some pasta for the five of us and it was delicious. We spent the rest of our time walking around the town, trying limoncello, and eating gelato.
Next, we were back on the road to Sorrento. We had a small mishap in Sorrento - those ...
... happened upon an amazing family-run Kebab restaurant and brought it back to the apartment for a relaxed end to a chill-out kind of day.
We aimed for an early bedtime as tomorrow we are off for a day trip to Pompeii. Fingers crossed for continued good weather (today was clear sunny skies and high of 24C) as we venture across the Meditterean to this ancient city with such an interesting archeological history.
... finally take a few trips here in Europe which is why we took this gig! *July. One year since we moved to Italy...to celebrate that and Steph’s birthday we spent a weekend in Castellini Romani area near Rome. Beautiful towns, lakes, wine and weather. Even the Pope visited (ha, ha the Pope's summer residence is in Gandolfo and he was there the same weekend that we were, it wasn't just for us but 20,000+ of his closest friends too)! * August. ...
... Arab-Scilian display of stripes, mosiacs and arches. However it fronts a structure originally built in 1200's to house the bones of the apostle Andrew, whose remains were brought here on the 8th May, 1208 after they were taken from Constantinople. A crystal phial placed on the crypt on the eve of the saint's holiday is used to collect the dense liquid which reportedly always has appeared on the tomb both in Patras and Constantinople and now in Amalfi. The Cathedral had ...