Decumani Hotel de Charme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... commissioned to make this statue, carved out of a single piece of marble, covered in a transparent shroud carved from the same marble piece. This is renowned world over for the remarkable tissue-like quality of the marble. The rest of the walls are completely covered with sculptures as well, but the main attraction was definitely this veiled Christ. (foto)
Next stop was DiMatteo's pizza stand..we were told it had the best..well..maybe I am ...
The next couple days were quite uneventful.... On Saturday, Kevin had to be at work at 4:30am, so Michelle and I were confined to the house. After Kevin left, we quickly went and slept in his bed because it's much more comfortable than the couch. Then we had a fantastic lady day and watched movies all day long. We were pretty much in the same spots on the couch when Kevin got back from ...
... for ages to get a train BACK to that stop - before eventually getting the next correct train to Ercolano. Whilst we waited for the train back a very odd couple sat near us. The guy started talking to us and doing ***** with his hands - trying to get us to as well. He was also asking for money. I had gotten up straight away and said we are moving!!!
Eventually the train arrived and we got back to the previous station. It wasn't long before the train to Ercolano came! This is ...
Naples, Pompeii and Sorrento, Italy
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Friday, March 29, 2013 - Naples, Italy
06:49 Pilot Embarked
07:40 Safely Docked
18:05 Vessel Undocked
Campania (Naples) is the symbolic northern edge of the rich Italian southland. Traditional fishing villages still survive, seemingly untouched by time – even the bustling capitol of Naples is the reflection of the many small communities that form it. ...
Sara picked me up from the train station. I didn't pay attention to what she looked like, but my intuitive dog realized that she was the person who we were looking for and greeted her with some wiggles.
She lives with her parents, who don’t speak much English, in a nice sized townhouse, with an older smaller dog. Her mother had cooked dinner, and I tried to eat as much as I could. I have lost my appetite and there was a ridiculous amount of salt.
After, Sara took ...