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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... is steep and often footpaths and roads are built in the most unlikely places. At one point, 'my name a Salvatore' no doubt will well timed and practiced precision, asked if we knew the name of the road we were on. As there was a pregnant silence while people were trying to remember if they either knew, had been told, should have known or had missed something, 'my name a Salvatore' continues to speak and says, "the name a of this a road is a ..." and as ...
... of the morning. The €20 open taxi ride back to Marina Grande was the best money we spent all day - those drivers are very skilful and I only had to shut my eyes a few times around the tight S bends. A little sleep on the return ferry refreshed me and we didn't walk far to enjoy another great pasta meal for ...
... we thought we should get the bill, as we both thought that we may have just enjoyed a $50 a cup of coffee each !!!! Not so - astoundingly, just normal pricing with exceptional service !!!
We then began to leave this lovely hotel - to go to who knows where ????!!!! but (as girls often do....but usually in groups of 2 or 3) Jan wanted to use the bathroom, and was told where it was...well, it was so spacious and well appointed ...
... method. The work was remarkable.. They were keen to make sales and tried to convince several of us to buy one spectacular table. They offered to package it up and freight it to our doors. The cost was only 4000 euros, or $6000. It was a great piece but I decided against it. Two reasons. Not consistent with anything else I have and the cost! It was pretty amazing though. He insisted you could put hot or cold or wet things on it without damaging it and to ...
From Sorrento, we took a ferry across to the island of Capri. We got to the main port (Marina Grande), and realized we were staying on the other side of the island by the smaller Marina Piccolla. We decided to walk there so we could start experiencing the island right away. After the grueling uphill walk with 25 pound backpacks, we were again very pleasantly surprised by our hotel accommodations, as our room opened up to a beautiful terrace with ...