Hotel Terme Galidon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and setting. Entree was the Sofia Loren tapas. The tapas was delicious. For main we decided to have meat. I had the fillet with bernaise sauce. Was ok but not as good as home and Jason's bbq skills! Lori had the tagliatta. Lori's tagliatta good but some pieces a little blu. For desert finally I tried tiramisu. Great but very wet! Must have soup tomorrow. Eating Too much food :) Tomorrow off to Pompeii and Vesuvius. Walking up the ...
... to good use. Most of you probably know that I went to Humboldt State University (HSU), aka Hills and Stairs University. Well, we managed to climb 552 elongated, zig zagging steps up 700 meters to Castel Sant'Elmo. To our chagrin, we couldn't even go in that darn castle! Luckily, there were some spectacular views of the city from up there and I managed to not even hurt my knee any more (did I mention I hurt my knee?). Since then we ...
... for Sam to translate, and Sam turns to the rest of us and says, "I have absolutely no idea." We broke up laughing, leaving Rafaelle confused and hopefully not too offended, since I doubt his story was meant to amuse. I thought Sam Jackson would break a blood vessel, he was laughing so hard. Finally we realized that one of the staff members, Irina, spoke excellent French, and thereafter we had a double translation - from Italian to French to English, and vice versa.
As aforementioned in the previous day's blog, we spent today in Pompeii, visiting the ancient city. We walked around and listened to our audio guide app, and learned a lot about the city. Marco, having just learned about Pompeii in school, was very excited that he got to be a historian, and was right about everything he said. ...
... at that we left Pompeii. When we left it was very wet. When we arrived at the train station to get back it started raining again and this time we had no shelter. We were standing in the hot and rainy weather for fifteen minutes and then finally the train came. We just got seats and it was a nice dry way back. Pompeii was great in the end. I learnt a lot and it was amazing touching stuff that was 2000 years ...