Decumani Hotel de Charme
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Some thoughts on Italy:
-What is with the whole being a tourist makes you a target to get screwed monetarily? I mean, we're already here willing to spend our money in the country. Why must we feel like we've been taken advantage of each time we pay for a taxi when they say it will cost 1 Euro per bag on top of the fare. Sometimes I feel …
... Montepulciano, which is in one of my favorite parts of Tuscany. I love it because there isn't anyone trying to sell me a selfie stick. The views and the wine are halfway decent, too ;). Wine tasting in Tuscany has been on my bucket list for a while, and we successfully checked that off and purchased a case of really yummy Montepulciano Nobile from 2008. I feel so fancy!
Montepulciano was only a quick stop ...
We had a 229nm sail overnight and had arrived in Naples by the time we woke at 6am to the alarm to gather for our tour at 7.15am. Ang had a restless night and her breakfast consisted of Coldrex and Sealegs. The forecast was for rain. The day started cloudy and become quite sunny before heavy rain set in around 4pm. The temperature in the afternoon was in the high 20's but it felt comfortable. Naples is the 3rd largest city in Italy, with a city population of about 1m. The ...
... us all the way to Salerno for 100 euro... We decided to go for it. Our taxi driver got lost in Salerno and his gps was not taking us to the right location so we really got to experience the crazy driving of Italians. He was driving down extremely narrow alley ways just barely missing pedestrians and turning in front of oncoming cars. It was quite hilarious....a wild ride indeed! We finally made it to our bed and breakfast which is called Barone ...
Today we set out to explore Pompeii. We caught an early train. bought tickets and tuned into our Rick Steves audio walking tours. This had us catching all the main attractions without having to be in a big group with a guide.
Pompeii is amazing. I was surprised by the size of it. There are a lot of tourists there, but because it covers such a large area you are not on top of each other, except for the one everyone wants to see - the brothel.