Grand Hotel Cocumella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... finally get the bill (after 2 shots of limoncello) which was not cheap, but there was no doubt that we had filled ourselves (and spent over 2 hours inside). We walked home feeling painfully full, and ran into the French Canadians hanging out with 4 good looking French boys in the social area. I joined them for a little while, sipping on vodka and OJ, but soon retired to bed, struggling with the language barrier at the table which only the girls and one of the boys attempted to ...
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... with a bunch of small change.
Headed back down via the chairlift again (it was a bit expensive but hey, time is money) and headed towards the Villa San Michele. The problem with splitting up with the group was that we had agreed to meet at 5, and that really limited the amount of time I had, because I had to plan in extra time to get to the meeting point, and we were meeting 35 minutes before our ferry left. But I got down and figured I had time for ...
... I got to skype with him today, and it worked! I got to see my friend Billy too! Hey Billy! I know you are probably reading this and Keith isn't, maybe I should give him a little more credit.
Well, I am heading out to read my book. I have posted some pics from today.
I will have to say - this has been a pretty good father's day. The sweetness of doing nothing! If anyone knows me well, it is kind of hard for me to do nothing!
Today I slept in...untill 10am! Criminal whilst in Rome, I'm sure!
It was time to leave Rome today though, and move on to the next stop... Naples! I've always wanted to see Pompeii and the ruins from the Mount Vesuvius eruption from back in 79AD so I headed straight for there, with my backpack and everything still with me. The train trip was about 3 hours and then I bought an archeological pass for the next couple of days to get me into most of the ...