Best Western Hotel La Perla
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... by even a couple of Euros and it just wouldn’t be right to take money from them. I thank them, and bid my new “fans” farewell. 1171. Reaching another Cluster (Italy 148) Marcianise, December 28, 2011 Day 066: 4 hours, 7.0 kms I’m still amazed by my unforgettable impromptu concert for the roadside prostitutes… although now that I think of it, I really shouldn’t have shaken their hands at the end… those hands have ...
Today I took a tour to Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius. It was amazing to see pompeii and how well it was preserved also out tour guide gave us tons of information on the Romans and how they lived. Incredible to see how advanced they were so long ago, and the ...
... 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 ...
Up at our usual time (7:00), we packed, said good-bye to the Cesario family and were on our way. Our plan was to spend much of the day exploring the ruins of the ill-fated city of Pompeii before boarding the overnight ferry to Sicily. But we had to make one last stop before leaving San Sebastiano - our favorite spot, the Village Caffè. After one last cup of coffee and a quick check of our email, we said arrivederci to the staff. Feeling a ...
... on to Sorrento, and what a lovely, lively little place it is. The main street comes to life at 9PM, with music, street performers, and lots of people. We took a whistle-stop "street train" tour of the city, which was great fun. Very touristy, but completely worth it. The evening ended with a drink on the terrace of the hotel, Vesuvius dotted with twinkling lights in the background, remaining still and dormant the whole time ...