Villa Cristina Eventi B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... awesome app which shows you the main places and what they look like now but when you press a button it shows you a reconstruction of what it would have looked like back in the day. It was so cool to be able to picture how they used to live there lives 2000 years ago. You can totally picture walking down the streets and seeing all the places. I think because the roads are still so intact and good to walk around it made it so real. The other ...
... so got that. Only it wasn't. It was just sauce with NO CHEESE!!! Such a disaster! At least the ice cream was a creme brûlée magnum! Mmm so good! We were there for a few hours all talking the whole time before we made the long walk home! It was my favourite night out in a while and it was good to do something at night! After that it was straight to bed because I had to get up early to go to the Amalfi coast ...
... worth a look. Now to the final thing we did today, which turned out to be a trip highlight. We drove to the Solfatara Volcano at the town of Pozzuoli just to the west of Naples. It consists of a really shallow crater that you can walk across and is part of the volcanic region called the Phlegrean Fields. BUT the exciting part is that although it is now considered dormant, across the whole caldera there is stacks of ...
... Castello, this modern complex of museums includes Sardinia’s main archaeological collection, a good art gallery, a display of Far Eastern artefacts and, bizarrely, a room full of anatomical wax specimens from the 19th century. Piazza Arsenale. Museo Archeologico (00 39 070 655911): open Tue–Sun, 9am–8pm; €3. Pinacoteca (00 39 070 662496) art gallery: Tue–Sun, 9am–8pm; €3. Museo d’Arte Siamese (00 39 070 651888): Tue–Sun, ...
... to lie down. We were serenaded by a chorus of unending car horns, as the nearby road was jammed as a result of an accident in the tunnel into which it led. I cannot understand the motivation behind locking (car) horns in grid lock, and certainly there seems no need to leave the car. It was amusing to watch the Italians being so "efficient". Quite close to us I noticed a four-leaf clover. I took this as a sign that my luck is changing, and hopefully that my my ...