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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
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... about a Mycenaean settlement in Naples. But now having acquired a 3rd edition OCD, I find among the many changes that there is now an entry for "homosexuality" that was not mentioned in previous editions, oddly enough. Social norms as well as classical scholarship have changed considerably since I was an undergrad, and the small indications we run across that are permanent markers are gratifying, aren't ...
... high, he had a hairpin walkway built so he could "easily" get to his boats. Appropriately, this is called Via Krupp. It's closed to pedestrian traffic due to falling rocks. Having already walked up the hill of Capri once, I'm not sure why anyone would be interested in this little stroll anyway.
The gardens were beautiful; full of color with staggering views. A beautiful, sunny day made the perfect opportunity for tourists and locals alike to get ...
... beach. I saw poor outfit choices and I saw extremely chic women. The men were overall very stylish, although I saw one middle aged gentleman in way to tight skinny jeans walking through the square barefoot. Three couples dressed extremely well walked through and 3 photographers were taking their pictures. I don't know who the people were, but I think the photographers were paparazzi. They seemed to be waiting for them and as the group walked ...
... he left us seated together and he sat elsewhere.
My pre-planning, that is, out with the "wrist bands" every time I travel, whatever the mode, proved a very good decision . Filippo was also very pleased to be persuaded to wear a set for it was very choppy trip over....a long twenty five minutes I can tell you. However the good news is, I retained my breakfast, thanks only, I believe to these "bands"!
Just before disembarking, there appeared Luigi, checking on ...
... past. Curving along the coastline, erosion has carved the rock-face over the centuries into the majestic crags which climb to the skyline, forming the world renowned beauty of the Amalfi coast. Sorrento's history is connected to the ancient Island of Lipari, originally colonized in 8 B.C. by Corinthians who, exploring the lands, later settled in neighboring Sorrento. With the arrival of Imperial Rome, Sorrento was allied to the Romans, and ...