La Locanda del Mare
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... for a price, and hefty one! The last time I was here, I had a diamond necklace price quoted (495,000€/$630,000). Today I had an aquamarine necklace quoted at (43,000€/$54,600). Neither pieces I had any intention of buying, just for my total curiosity. Strolling thru the lovely cobblestone, designer lined streets, you felt like a princess in her small royal principality. The prices in all the boutiques were ...
Sorrento is a beautiful town, and clearly a destination for many tourists. It also is a destination for the rich and famous to holiday. Upon arriving in Sorrento, were were taken to a business that makes very intricate furniture and art pieces entirely from timber. All of the tables, grand clocks, music boxes, coffee coasters and art pieces etc are created from slithers of finely trimmed pieces of timber (of a whole range of types and colours), ...
... for us students, mostly for the cheap meals and the vibrant personality of Fabio. Earlier last week, we were casually sipping on some Peroni’s (the Bud Light of Italy as I think of it), when I mentioned that I miss my bartending job back home. Well, he invited me behind the bar to show him how well I could pour a beer, pour shots, and mix drinks. I must have passed the test because I got a job working there last Saturday night!
... It was my turn to answer questions.
Let me start this segment with a disclaimer/excuse. On most game shows, the host will rotate the person or couple that starts the round. On the real Newlywed Game, Bob Eubanks (is that his name?) started the "where was the last place you made whoopee" questions with a different couple each time. This is important because some people don't have a brain in their head, and they repeat the answers of the person who went ...
... pause your audio guide til you get there. Once you're there, look to your right [at some gorgeous feature that's blocked off]'. The guide sounds very peeved at the prospect of slow walkers who might need to use pause. Towards the later stops, the audio-guide sounds quite disgusted with past damages done by inexpert exploration. It's sad to think that there was more preserved before some parts were trampled by people carting off statues, for example. Obviously all ...