Grand Hotel Cocumella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Cocumella Sant'Agnello
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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 ...
... quart = 32 ounces = 944ml 1 tbsp (tablespoon) = 1/2 ounce = 15ml 1 fifth = 25.6 ounces = 750ml 1 tsp (teaspoon) = 1/6 ounce = 5ml 1 pint = 16 ounces = 472ml At Christmastime, we packaged up 11 Christmas tree shaped bottles for Brett's work people and friends as gifts. Then we saved a bit for Brett, but gave some to Iva, Gennaro (who already drank all his during year) and Salvatore (who saves his even longer). Nice to do, Brett enjoyed and great ...
... not find his hat. He was soon able to relax, however, when he found it in his left hand.
Back on Capri again, with no sign of Luigi – perhaps the organization had off'ed him – we signed aboard a sturdy little skiff for the trip in a clockwise fashion around the island. It was terrific.
Capri Island covers about 4 square miles and soars straight up to almost 2000 feet. It is a great slab of limestone, maybe 4 miles long, that had ...
... 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!
... with extensive land behind it that were gardens at one time, but now overgrown with trees.
A walk back to the town and to the South side reveals the Augusto Gardens, built at the end of the nineteenth century by Friedrich Alfred Krupp, the son of the founder of the German steel company, on a dramatic site at the edge of the cliff. From the Gardens the rather splendid Via Krupp winds back and forth down the ...