Agave Hotel Residence Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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New Year's Eve Obviously New Years Day gets off to a slow start. And since a lot of trains shut down on the holidays, my options are a bit limited. I just head out without a clear plan, figuring I’ll start by exploring a little more of Napoli that I’m still missing. I start with a video clip in front of the castle next to the port, which unfortunately is closed, but still makes for a great backdrop with ...
... out with us, so we grabbed some dinner in Pozzuoli. Then we headed to an Irish pub where it was English night. A lot of military and Italians wanting to speak English come out. There we met a couple more of Kevin's friends. It was fun! We headed out pretty early because we had to get up at 6:30am so Kevin couple go to some training. Least the coffee shop was suppose to be open at that ...
... proceeding to our next destination! And then off we went to Sulfatara. This land of sulfur is a small, rather active caldera with numerous fumeroles off-gassing white hot sulfur and other gases. It resembles the surface of the moon, or Death Valley, or the Dead Sea. Fissures spewing super-heated iridescent yellows, oranges, and reds issue vaperous gas meters away. In America one would view this from the rim a hundred ...
... and I, of course, have lots of Oriental stuff from when Brett was stationed in the Philippines and his time in Japan. The favorite decorative item we offered up was his dragon screen that we used as the entryway into the room we all used for eating. Lucy's living room became the tatami mat and low table for eating on the floor with pillows, just like all the nice Japanese restaurants. Lucy and I both enjoy setting a table and that little ...
... the forum, the spa, the sauna, the temples, and yes, the red light district too (where you simply had to point to a picture on the wall of the prostitutes' house, of the position you wanted!!) Prostitution was legal then, and the red light district was sign posted by a large phallus in the street. Nice.......A prostitute cost around 8 cisterces (the coin of the day). The average person earned the value of 30-36 cisterces a month (it was not all paid in coin, sometimes in ...