Hotel Terme Galidon
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... Back on the boat for a calm ride back to Sorrento. Walked around Sorrento. Souvenir shops abound. So back to room and blog. Also the bloody cruise ships are here wall to wall tourists really would hate to be here in peak season. Our tour director is awesome we get up early and go to the popular places before the crowds arrive. So the trip has been great. Dinner with the group again tonight. Water ...
... and getting him home was both funny and horrifying all at the same time. Among other things he thought he was whispering and was just quietly loud talking. I had quite a time trying to keep him quiet on the bus ride home! At one point when other guests got dropped off at their hotels he WHISPERED "Oh good! Aladdin just got off the bus in his purple shoes!!". At another stop a group of ladies who had missed their stop (too much wine I am guessing) ...
... I am sure that it is more about the thrill of extreme sport than the fact that they are in a hurry, There were too many examples where it looked inevitable that a collision would take place, only to see the car or bike just squeeze in like it had changed shape or shortened. Double lines are meaningless, as are speed limits. All up the drive was about six hours including a lunch stop. We used the two-way ...
... encourage him, he was from the Milan area if I remember correctly. As I walked away I thought about the fact that he was preaching in the footsteps of Paul in Rome, just 2,000 years later.
I really don't remember it being so crowded before, made my way past the Palatine, Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine, the Forum, the "Wedding Cake" (tomb of the unknown soldier and eternal flame) walked up the stairs of this for the first time, they have two armed guards up there, ...
... treat involving baked dough and orange-laced ricotta cheese, and super coffee before threading our way to Spaccanapoli Street.
(Everybody strap in for a relatively brief historic footnote here on Roman city grid outlines, and don't wait for the movie! "Stay close to the candelabra, the staircase can be treacherous!") The name spaccanapoli betrays the street's ancient origins as Neapolis' decumanus, ...