Al Ponticello B&B
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Famous mosaics or "mosighics" as Katerina would ...
... regarded them as nothing more than nice, old paintings. The entire excursion took me about two hours, as I spent a fair amount of time in one of the museums looking at the antiquated jewelry and the dusty, religious artifacts, made up of gold and silver.
At dinner I made a point to order the typical red wine of the region -- a bold Sangiovese. It was smooth and fruity, and not as harsh as the Chianti ...
... smoked cigarettes. For ten o'clock in the morning the beach was really crowded. We spent some time lying on a beach further south where the familiar beach sand of Australia is replaced by small pebbles. We continued on down a coast line that was extremely busy, dirty and over crowded until a point we turned off to cross the country on our way to Rome. We slept in the back of a gas station stop that ...
Today my Mum and I caught a shuttle bus into an outlet shopping centre. We went into lots of shops such as Gap, Roxy and lots of other shops.We had lunch at a restaurant .One of my favourites is the lint shop we got ice cream and chocolate then swan in the pool and went to ...
... going back as often as you like. For the cost of a drink each we had slices of baguettes with cream cheese and prosciutto, mini bruschetta, puff pastry balls drizzled with balsamic, french fries, pasta in a cream sauce, so many different little awesome foods. And they just keep replacing the empty platters with fresh food, it's endless! I'm pretty sure you're meant to buy an alcoholic drink, not sprite, but no one complained and it meant I got a full dinner for about 3 euro. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking