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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... As we already knew, cheese is a staple in most dishes served at restaurants. What we learned was the competitiveness and dedication it takes to thrive in this type of business in the Italian economy. We also learned that Caseificio Michelangelo makes some delicious cheese.
Okay, enough about the cheese. On Sunday, my roommate Caroline and I visited our friend Morgan at her home-stay flat. Morgan’s host mom invited us over after Caroline had expressed ...
... to Pompeii first, around 10:45 this morning. We spent three hours walking around the ruins of the city, with several surprises along the way. First off, Pompeii was a lot older than I thought. I knew Vesuvius erupted in the first century AD, but I had no idea that some of the buildings were from the sixth century BC. It's crazy to me that I could walk into a portion of a home from more than 2,500 years ago and still see tile ...
... to Positano. The scenery was extraordinary. On one side there was a sheer cliff upwards, on the other a sheer cliff down to the sea. It was a windy road that went along the coast from Sorrento to Positano. The houses are all built on the cliff up the side of a mountain beside the beach. We walked down to the beach and then around the town for a couple of ...
... talking to him in Italian, he then came out to help her make the sandwiches. The only thing she said to me in English was, "this be gut for you!" I also picked up some fresh crackers to go with the salami they had in their case. I couldn't resist! My goodness, the salami is wonderful too. Such beautiful things here in Italy - I must come again. Upon exiting the ...
... to close her eyes because of the winding road. The views were spectacular though. There was just a little cloud at the top of Vesuvius. The bus stopped at Anacapri and we had to walk a little way to the base of the chairlift. The chairlift took us to the top of the island which was about 1000 feet above sea level. The chairlift had single chairs and it was a good time to quietly reflect and take a few pictures of Vesuvius ...