Lloyd's Baia Hotel
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This was one tiring but eventful weekend. First we visited the ancient ruins of Paestrum. It has been raining most of the time we have been here but still beautiful. The next day, funny story, on our way to the water buffalo farm our bus was stopped by italian police for a random check. We later found out that a door had fallen off of our bus and …
Maegan got in quite late last night, we were starting to get worried until she arrived. So good to see her at last.This morning David, Maegan & Alex headed off to get the hire car and returned a couple of hours later with a BMW X1 for us to get around in.We squished all of our bags and ourselves in and headed of for Vietri Sul Mare.
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... am just always stunned by everything that I see and experience, and once again, the hospitality of the Italians. I have included a sweet photo of Roberto who works so hard all day long but always had a smile on his face. He was another highlight of Capri.
Last night, I had dinner at Ristorante da Giorgio. I have eaten out three meals (besides street sandwiches or pizza....all delicious) and every time I ...
A CLIMB TO 4000'--
So a few of you might be on the edges of your seats waiting for an answer to the question "How is Naples?". Well, I have 3 words for you--busy, noisy, dirty. Not a very appealing picture but more on that later. We did our usual alarm clock wakeup in time for sunrise and arrival into port. This turned out to be the most impressive part of Naples! The city is beautiful, and huge--it's Italy's 3rd largest town and ...
... also refusing to move her bag for an elderly man who asked for the seat; the younger woman who accepted a seat from a man and then filled it and the one next to it with her bag which should have gone into the baggage hold under the bus; the women who got on with kids and then accepted seats from men only to put the kid in one seat and herself in the other. I wondered how these seemingly selfish people think and if they think at all, then what obligations ...