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- Airport Transportation
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... 46th!). Our guide took us on a 9-hour car ride that wound through cliffs overlooking picturesque villages, dramatic drops to the ocean below, and pristine waters where a myriad of boats floated in clear waters . Sorrento was a stop that we did first; we enjoyed the Chiesa de San Francesco with its medieval cloister and perused the quaint little shops Amalfi, we learned, was once a place where ...
... has had his last mini bar filled up as can be seen from the photo; we have a few bottles to bring home. I have no idea what he plans to do with them all, except annoy the kids.
We will be in Livorno port again tomorrow and deciding what to see as we don’t have anything planned for the day, we have been to Florence and Pisa. We may do a canal tour as Livorno is known as the Venice of Tuscany. Tuscany is known as the wealthiest region of ...
... of Rome, otherwise known as the Pope.
Despite the fact that Rome is home to the Vatican City and St. Peter's Basilica, Rome's cathedral is the Basilica of St. John Lateran, located to the south-east of the city-centre. There are ...
... A long wait for the kids but all the other Italian families were doing the same. The ferry was massive and the bow of the boat opens like a sharks mouth swallowing hundreds of trucks and cars. Precisely at 9pm the ferry left. This was a super highlight for Mitch as we had a 4 berth cabin for the overnight journey.
The ferry was due to arrive into Palermo at 7am and you need to be up and in your car ready ...
... baked eggplant with cheese and tomato. Combined it was a tasty dinner.
The service we had had from the 2 Roma restaurants was so different from everywhere else.
Elsewhere as soon as you sat down you were asked do your want a drink.... In Roma it was have a read of the menu for 9 minutes and then try and get someone's attention to order.
When we walked back to the hotel we passed Mama Angela's and the queue waiting outside for a table was ...