Grand Hotel Le Zagare
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
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... following a sign to some Roman ruins, only to follow a twisting lane up along the perimeter of the town, past farm estates and ugly abandoned homes… but no Roman ruins… Finally I give up and head back, looking for the heart of the town. Nocera Superiore has a wide main boulevard, but a much emptier feel than its sister town. But it does have an interesting round church that looks very ancient—and yes, Nocera Superiore does trace its history back ...
... we soon tucked into the famous pizza. I have to admit we were all quickly converted. Somehow they have created a pizza unlike anything else. All with about four ingredients and a wood fired oven. It set the Italian pizza bar incredibly high for the next three weeks. With bellies full of cheese, tomato and pizza dough we made it to Pompeii by dark.
Awaking in Pompeii we were amazed at how big this place is. Pompeii is not just an archeological site but an entire town ...
... a larger place though. The noise from the motorcycles below and the seagulls from above were quite loud but hey, we are in downtown Rome. And "when in Rome"… (just had to get that in somewhere).
It wasn’t long before we noticed ants in the apartment, but just little ones that are easy to kill.
We settled in and since Mel was way too tired to go out, I set out to find the supermarket. Turned out I couldn’t remember where to go. I ...
... around dawn until 2 pm (as are most of the markets in the city). All kinds of fresh seafood, herbs, and local produce are on offer, but if it’s produce you are after, you need to get there before about 10 am to get the best offerings. Because it is immediately adjacent to Via Roma, one of the two main retail streets in Palermo, La Vucciria has become very touristy and we were told that many locals tend to shun it for one of the next ...
... We also saw a secret tunnel that the nuns and monks used to use to get together at night so they could "pray really hard" according to the guide (haha).
After that tour, I began walking south towards the San Carlo opera house. I began to realize that as I went closer to the water, the streets became nicer and nicer. Naples was growing on me, and it has been all day. It turns out that I am just located in a relatively ****** area, and that ...