Bed and Breakfast La Concordia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... top. As we were walking along the harbor, I told Diane,
"wait for these shops until morning.... We only have a couple of hours before meeting Jacques and Marina, so let's get the funicular and go to the top".
Eagerly she began to walk faster. We got our tickets, and climbed the staircase to the waiting funicular.... Diane picked the front car.... There was no more seats available, so we were in standing room only, just ...
... a holiday. This is tourism on a major scale. After having breakfast, Claire and I went on a 8.5 hour long day trip to Sorrento and Pompei commencing at 8:30am. We set off by bus after a drive through the city of Naples and headed out on the highway past the massive and imposing Mount Vesuvius, which is still an active volcano, having wiped out Pompei and many other cities almost 2,000 years ago (79AD). It most recently errupted in 1944.
It took ...
... genius idea, which I would recommend to everybody if they have the opportunity. My friend Tsu has an internship with Ristorante Tasso, a wonderfully delicious establishment just a block away from my apartment building. Last Friday, she hosted an interactive dinner party at the restaurant where we were able to go into the kitchen and prepare our own gnocchi, bread our own chicken, and compile our own tiramisu. It was truly one of the ...
... announced the other couples. I had the full giggles at this point.
Round one. The ladies were escorted off stage to a private room where they couldn't hear the men's answers to the questions. The men were asked four questions, and then we were brought back into the studio about five minutes later. Walking back on stage was odd as everyone was staring. Jason had this weird look on his face that I couldn't interpret. Oh no...what did he say?
I can't ...
The hostel didn't actually have bars on the windows, just very oddly designed shutters. After managing to get eggs at my hostel for breakfast, I catch the metro back to the main station - I'm liking the ease of the metro systems around Europe - and follow the circumvesuvia signs to my train for Ercolano/Herculaneum. Fortunately the hostel deskman was able to tell me the right train to look for! Ercolano is relatively easy to find after the train station, and I get ...