Grand Hotel La Sonrisa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and 2 others decided to jump off in town and go for a shop and gelato. We found a gelato store that had over 100 flavours in store, but only 88 on display! I had snickers and oreo….AMAZING!!
Later in the afternoon we headed back to the camp site, met up with Teila and unfortunately had to fill her in on what she missed out on. Apparently the girl in her tent was up all night sick and coughing so in the morning Teila was really ...
... roman temple(that was unknown or covered up by the baroque church until a fire I cured in 1970)! The reconstruction not only involved displaying the temple portion, but integrated the baroque church as well modern components of glass with etched columns on glass where the original columns would have stood. Amazing! ************************** From history channel program: The Rione Terra has always been the heart of Pozzuoli. The name is ...
... with free wifi, felt obliged to have a second one so that we could all send our emails and make our phone calls. Chatted to Hannah, Joel, Katie and Hannah unfortunately mum and max were not available. Andrew and Mike were very patient while Sue and Sue looked in possibly every shop in Positano until we found our treasures. Andrew and Mike came home empty ...
... day when you and I would simply hop in the shower, they would spend a couple hours bathing. A typical trip to the bath house would start out by slathering your body with olive oil, the olive oil would then be scraped off with a metal tool called a strygil. The oil would most likely turn brown with all the dust and grime of the day. You would next visit the CALDARIUM, or the hot room (told you that'd come full circle). From where we stood, ...
... New Zealand; 1 from Michigan; and 1 from Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg. We wore light jackets because it was raining when we started our ascent of Mt. Vesuvius but the weather has been extremely nice so far, averaging 72 first 2 days; higher each day.
Having learned the hard way that restaurants are closed between 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. we ate lunch before entering the Ruins of Pompeii.
It was incredible to see how much has ...