Hotel Gli Dei
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking hotel
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... even as the boulevard burrows through the hillside for several hundred meters. On the other side, the venerable structures drenched in history are gone, and I find myself in a rather plain looking neighbourhood. Of boxy apartment buildings and long stretches of boring walls… no worries… I don’t mind experiencing some of “normal” Napoli. There’s a zoo and an amusement park that look a ...
... and the other where Herculaneum is. This also gave us a bit of an insight as to the way they were both destroyed by this volcano. Learnt that Pompeii was just from the volcanic ash and the whole town was buried/suffocated where as Herculaneum was destroyed by lava flow from the volcano. Walking around Pompeii is actually quite breathtaking and mind blowing. To see how this ancient roman town once was and to see some of the original artifacts and areas are amazing! ...
... place on June 24—every year on San Giovanni, Italians gather unripe, green walnuts to infuse in a neutral spirit for homemade nocino. Delicately nutty and subtly spiced, this traditional liqueur is perfect paired after a rich meal with custard-based desserts like crème caramel. Ingredients 16 green walnuts, quartered* Zest of 1 lemon 750 ml. bottle of alcohol (suitable substitute vodka, or pure grain alcohol) 1/2 ...
... and green tea too. To also stick with the theme, we all wore slippers or flip flops with socks and our oriental "robes". Brett was most authentic with his true Japanese bathing house robe and the rest of us made do with our house robes- dorky but fun! We all had a great evening, guests were busy preparing food and we all had great conversation around the table. There was so much food we all had a bit of everything but more food than ...
... br> La pluie est au rendez vous, pas très gênant quand on arpente une ville aussi intéressante que Naples.
Le terrain urbain n'est pas plat, différentes collines se dispersent, ou villégiatures et anciens monastères se côtoient .
Constituée, de grandes avenues larges , la ville est divisée en 4 styles architecturaux.
Les édifices sont plus variés mais moins propres qu'à sa concurrente , Rome, situé par très loin , 220 km au nord ...