Hotel Gabriele

Via Lungomare, Latina, Lazio, 04100, Italy | Hotel

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Ravishing Ravello to crappy Cassino

A travel blog entry by cwonholiday


... first thing in the morning before venturing back on the twisted roads of Amalfi to Pompeii. The view of the day on rounding a corner to see an expansive valley filled with small towns (Pagani to the right and Pompeii on the left) with Mt Vesuvius in the background. Having erupted in 79AD when it buried Pompeii this is the story the fabled Atlantis is drawn from. Being rediscovered in the 16th century, the exploration of Pompeii started in 1748 - long before ...

Under the Big Top

A travel blog entry by salaney1


... that there were not many clowns so less of chance Steph would get freaked out by scary faced clowns!

The Moira Orfei circus is a traditional family run and owned circus run by a lady (Moira Orfei) who is considered the Queen of the Italian Circus. Raised in a family who owned the circus company Circus Orfei, Moira became the symbol ...

1163. Being Invited for Coffee (Italy 140)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil


... everything they say.

Coffee is a little different here: they shoot an ounce or so of coffee into a little plastic cup. I stood there waiting for something more to be added—but no, that’s your "shot" of coffee, which you usually drink standing up… it’s nice to share this moment with the locals here in Frignano—definitely a highlight of my day.

Food, Pasqualina, Chinese, more Food and English

A travel blog entry by 4inworld


... very round, wearing lots of gold necklaces, a brown dress, nylon knee high stockings which had fallen down to her ankles, thick black “walking shoes” and looked to be in her early seventies. With pretty good English and a very strong accent she said “You baby-sit this boy?” pointing to Quinn. I said, “No, he’s my son.” This is how the conversation went (in summary) after that.

Her: But he is Chinese no?

Me: yes, ...

"Ninja Gardens"

A travel blog entry by courtneybrannan


... huts and other artificial statues and ruins to add character to the gardens. Surprisingly, we have Mussolini to thank for the gardens. He ordered for the garden that used to be a marsh, to be drained and built a drainage system. Farming families were assigned by the state to populate the area, drain it and cultivate it. This also provided homes for over 2000 people. The original structures on the property were destroyed to make them look like ruins. ...


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