Villa Cristina Eventi B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... her husband Massimo I think. Her English was still very good and she was lovely to speak to. Craig enjoyed her company very much.
Ninetta and her husband Nicola were there – nice. Giuseppina and her husband the ex-Carabinieri were nice – he is very tall. Their children included Valeria the young girl who is still at school studying classics and her comical good-humoured son whose name Craig can’t remember?? The youngest son Gianni was lovely ...
We stood on the top deck of our ship and I pointed to a castle in the sky.
"Let's go there," I said to Steven.
And without directions, map or plan we were off.
A wide street turned into a narrow one as we scaled the side of a hill. When the street ended we found a crumbling grey staircase and climbed it's many steps through bends and turns, orange groves and cliff-tops. ...
... very friendly..
We decided we deserved a night out, so we got dressed up and headed to a local restaurant on the coast overlooking the bay. The food was superb and Ted Danson was apparently moonlighting as an Italian waiter there, so we were in good company.
Even though the site was adequate, the smell was really getting to us, so we decided to keep moving the next morning and head to Salerno.
This past weekend I was fortunate to travel with two fun and friendly girls from my school. We stayed in Naples and from there traveled to Pompeii by train and the island of Capri by ferry. Our hostel was really cool because it used to be an old monastery (I find it fascinating that most churches in Europe are now hotels or cafés or even clubs). Pompeii was exactly what I expected it was amazing! We explored it for two hours and only managed to cover half of the ...
... cars as they slow. Or you run! The Metro is a very easy way to get around and saves a lot of time, not to mention its a little safer to avoid the traffic. I had breakfast in my hotel, as it was included in the rate. Fresh squeezed orange juice and fresh baked croissants with different fillings. Nutella is very big over here, so it's offered at every breakfast. I walked around for a bit and visited the Naples Cathedral on my way to lunch. A very ...