La Costa B&B
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- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews La Costa B&B Cassino
Travel Blogs from Cassino
... trying to be too deep or ironic, but they are very bizarre! Bruce Willis appears in a super cheesy commercial for the Italian version of Spotify that I'm sure he would be made fun of for at home! All kidding aside, these past two weeks have been absolutely perfect. It was an incredible family vacation that I will cherish forever. I leave here with a greater respect and understanding of my roots. I can't wait to talk to my aunts and uncles and share our stories. ...
... applying tons of sunscreen, I still burned my skin. The sun is so intense out here! I know, champagne problems! We later made our way into town to walk around and have some dinner. While the hotel and beach are gorgeous, the actual town of Gaeta is definitely not as nice. The people we have met, however, have been incredibly friendly. Tomorrow is our last day; the weather is supposed to be perfect so I'm definitely looking forward to ...
We're heading to the coast! Through a bit of research, we found the little town of Gaeta to spend the next few days. It's two hours from Rome and the perfect way to end our trip, especially with this heat. The hotel is literally built into this huge rock so there are tons and tons of stairs everywhere. Great workout on the way to the beach! Amanda is my ...
... places with Mrs World Glamour sitting in the court-yard wearing about $100k of jewellery and designer clothes below the grape-vines and bougainvillea with a couple of fat spoilt kids sucking disgusting rich chocolate drinks while Mr Debonair studied the Wall St Journal
above a lavish breakfast of bacon, larks' tongues, quail-eggs easy-over, mushrooms, a little black truffle, and some French-toast, with some hand-squeezed pink grape-fruit juice perfectly iced and chilled, and ...
... ruins of Pompeii. The driver stopped us at the front and we met up with another group and got a walking guide gaetano. He was great, so lively and bubbly and he was an awesome tour guide. We strolled around the ruins and he explained how the city worked, how the rich and the poor lived and also how it compares to today's world and how we live. It was really interesting and we got some amazing photos. It was a great way to finish ...