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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Piraino
... the last island i visit. Its only a 10 minute ferry ride. The moment you step off the ferry all you smell is sulphur gas. My visit to Vulcano island is to climb to the top of the volcano. Takes just under an hour, and it is tough going in parts. The views are worth the pain and sweat. The little village is pretty cool, and has a very relaxed atmosphere. By the end of the day you dont notice the sulphur gas smell any more.
... a few casts of bodies that they had found, also they said Pompeii is bigger than 60 colosseums put together, and how they found the casts is they would be excavating and find a hole so they would pour the cement and end up with the mold of the person that was under all the ash! And then after we got to go to Naples but it was only for thee hours but that was very cool to see the bay! I would defiantly say this was one of the best trips i have been on! ...
We have had great places to stay ... But Borge San Rocco ... Wow ... When Vittorio came up and introduced himself while we had a welcoming glass of wine, and asked if we would like to make something to eat with him ... You know your in for some great moments . So yes we had to make our own ...
... Capri. Headed back on ferry to hotel and had nearly an hour b4 we had to leave to see Positano. Went in small buses again as roads are very small. Had a few close calls on the way. Don't know how the drivers do it but the get the bus through with literally inches on either side. If anything is overhanging on a building it is ripped off. Had sheer drops at times and very hairy as the round wound around so much. Stopped at one point at an extremely high spot and stood up ...
... tasty and tender octopus.
Capers are a big deal here. They grow everywhere and and are used extensively in the local cuisine. Every mom and pop shop of any kind will have their own version of preserved capers on sale, either in salt or in olive oil and packed in any kind of jar available. Most didn't bother to remove the original label from the recycled jar. Nescafe capers, anyone?
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