Villa Cristina Eventi B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... they’ll be here in Italy for a while. When there are just a few of them, it’s an encouraging sight to see fellow come here, start with nothing, and have a shot at working their way up to a better life. But when you see too many of these fellows, it’s a worrying sight—at some point there’ll be so many that none of them will be able to make any money and when that happens, they’re going to start getting desperate and ugly ...
Wow! A very pleasant and interesting day for us. Up early and on the street to get back to the train station. A five minute walk at most. I am really pleased with my hotel choice. I knew the area from when I travelled here in '09 but stayed at a different hotel. This one had free tea, coffee and croissants. Perfect for a snack. We haven't been eating that much because you eat constantly on the plane and it takes a while to get back to ...
... 56484;8 484; Note: tomorrow morning we begin the last crossing (this year) to Milena's home: Vieux Port, Cannes. It is 400 miles from Naples to Cannes, or 50 hours at sea. When we leave Naples, tomorrow morning at 9:00a.m, we are not going to stop until we get to Cannes. We are going to go, go, go as long as we have the weather. With three skippers, all with thousands of hours of experience, we should have ...
... earthquake bradyseism dell'irpinia1980. On March 2, 1970 due to bradyseism, the ground rose a few inches every day and to stay in those homes inhabited continuously for two thousand years had become too dangerous. So that was the last day of 1970 in which anyone lived in the Pozzuoli Rione Terra, before the forced eviction imposed by the Ministry of the Interior and the National Civil Protection, the residents were forced to evacuate ...
... like the Duomo, Napoli's Cathedral of Saint Restituta, with her tri-layered ecccesiastical styles competing on floor, ceiling and front for attention. Byzantine, Neo-Gothic and Baroque, all at one time. Pinch me I'm dreamin'!!! A phenomenal church to see. We prayed in the Chapel of San Genarro near his relics. The patron saint of Napoli, locals flock twice annually to see the archbishop pray over two ...