Marina Piccola 73
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... scenery, winding roads with plenty of 'hold your breath' moments. It tested those amongst us who get motion sick. Thank goodness Clint had a stash of ohnzucker lollies on him.We thought these drivers had a death wish and wondered how long it would take an ambulance to get in and out of there, if there was a serious accident.
I was in awe of the stone walls. Wow. How many hours had been spent building the stone bridges, barrier ...
... and the constantly disappearing canes (thanks for her grandchildren, who like to play with them).
After Rusty and Tissy left, the week was quieter but still fun, and many dinner conversations focused on potty talk. I don't know if this occurs with all families with kids (or men) or if it's just ours, but somehow the topic of bodily functions took center stage on a recurring basis. Finally, Tom, in an effort to raise the level of civility of the group, suggested ...
... arrived at our hotel after driving the winding road to Sorrento, I felt as if I were dreaming. The Parco dei Principi is fit for a king and queen. We have a sea view overlooking the Bay of Naples with Mt. Vesuvius across the way. It is absolutely breathtaking. I am writing this from a lounge chair on my balcony. I am truly blessed to be able to experience this in my lifetime! Off to bed now- tomorrow we're off to Pompeii and Vesuvius. Buona ...
Day 1 of the Italian Adventure:- 7:45am and heading down to Sorrento via Pompeii. Ben, a crazy Canadian who has been with Busabout for 7years, is our tour guide and Raffaele, our pure breed Italian, is our driver. There was only 20 of us with a range of ages from 20 to 50 and ethnicities (New Zealanders, Australian, Canadian and Polish). First stop for the day was Pompeii which was a Roman town near Naples. Here we went on a guided tour with Marco around the ruins of the ...
... 233;ed and strained. The best thing about his explanation was all the shots of different kinds of limoncello he gave us to go along with it! For dinner we found a family restaurant in an alley - alley restaurants are the best! This was the best meal we had out in Italy. Fresh made ravioli stuffed with gorgonzola and red snapper to start and I had swordfish sorrentini style (tomatos and pesto) and Nick had the sea bass. Of course dinner ended with complimentary shots of ...