Best Western Hotel La Perla
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to cry and encouraged me to let out my grief, "piangere Amore, piangere." After having some time together, to talk about and to cry over our loss, Alfonso and I went to the sea. It was there in the water, in the cool sea breeze, in the sounds of the birds, through Alfonso's presence that I found healing, much needed healing. Throughout our lives, our hearts may break over losing those we love. I lost my mother nearly 4 years ago. I lost ...
... I had my google map instructions for getting to the apartment we had rented via a combination of walking and city bus but we couldn’t find the right bus stop. Finally after asking directions several times we found a stop with our bus # on it and going in the correct direction. We counted the number of stops on the sign and got off accordingly. Of course it turned out not to be the right stop. We couldn’t find street signs so we kept asking directions. ...
... been wanton to cry with nerves and fear). I am on a top bunk which sucks lots but at least I'm here and I have a bed. I've met one of the roommates, I don't know his name but he is French). Our first encounter was a bit awkward because his card wouldn't work and I thought he had a big backpack and I was like are you sure you're in this room all the beds are taken and he was like yeah this is my be here (awks); then later he asked where I was from so I asked where he was from and ...
... t stop at every station like the privately run Circumvesuviana line. Tickets can be used on both lines and we got a day pass which allowed getting on & off for Ercolano (the town where Herculaneum is) in the afternoon and then home after that - all for €4.55 each.
We didn't have to wait too long for the train, even though it was Sunday. They don't seem to have a different timetable for Sundays. The times are all on a board for the whole week for each of ...
... various grottos and caves around the perimeter of the island and even anchored for a swim. Matt and I plummeted into the sea off of the bow. Next we disembarked at Marina Grande. After a quick lunch we began the long hike up to the town center, which provided incredible views. We shopped, had a gelato then grabbed a taxi to the Blue Grotto in Anacapri. Matt finally found a pair of Italian ...