Galassia Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today it was a sad start, because it is our final hike. Although a really small part of me is looking forward to not smelling like BO all day while walking. But only a small part, because I've became accustomed to my rank stank. The hike was advertised on the booklet as level easy, so they have finished us off on a nice note (ie minimal stairs). We were treated to fantastic views again today, and a few chapels on the way. One of the chapels the inner door was locked ...
... monstrosities. It is a beehive of activity. The beach has the potential to be spectacular, but isn't! We backtracked into town for lunch down by the water. Fresh seafood was in the market stalls all along our walk back. Our waitress spoke some limited English, so we asked her the best route to walk to Vietri. She was appalled and said we should take the bus! What is it with these Italians? They ...
... time we are 4th floor in a modern complex of many many apartments....we are living with the locals! The washing line is even extended from our balcony which also houses the washing machine! The bathroom is huge!
After unpacking, the obligatory wander around to orientate ourselves, some groceries, great cheese and wine, and a quiet night in....except for those fireworks that woke us from a sound sleep.
This morning I went in search of a supermarket at Sant Agnello and didnt find one. That means I have to lug my daily supplies home from Sorrento. Bummer. I headed back to Sorrento to see if it was a bit quieter and the cruise ship had left. Yes it had but still plenty ...
... where performances were held (and still are now), to kitchen stoves, to frescoes depicting uh...interesting "acts" (you can visit to learn more) . Pompeii is remarkable in every way. Especially when you consider how advanced these Roman's were 2,000 years ago. If you go to Italy it is an absolute must visit site. We spent nearly 5 hours there and certainly didn't see it all. That's how huge it is!
After bargaining ...