Hotel Il Ceppo
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... lift was a tiny service elevator which was used to bring up supplies into the rooms, and were quite startled when we heard booming voices inside it, sounding like they were in our kitchen! Obviously these Americans had no intention of taking the 250+ steps up and down. There are quite a lot of people on the beach today and all of them doing their best to get as brown as possible. The sun here is not as strong as at home, ...
We moved to our new hotel just around the corner. It was extremely busy and staff were impersonal. Had a scrumptious dinner near the hotel after our visit to the Eiffel Tower. No queues for us on tour and got up there first so we could enjoy the view uninterrupted. I managed to walk from level 2-1. On our second night we had ...
... met. They didn’t speak any English, and in fact I didn’t speak any English for about 4 days (that someone could understand)… it was isolating, not ever being able to express myself or completely understand. But my patience became stronger and I came to appreciate the patience of others.
On my last night, Chris and his Polish friend came. It was such a relief to talk in effortless English. I took them to a Sassi ...
... again. The town of Ercolano was built on top of Herculaneum, so unfortunately they haven't been able to see all of the old city, they have been able to excavate to the front of the Forum and that's all. As we saw, they discovered houses, with rooms and dining rooms etc, the public baths that were used, shops and sewerage systems, the preservations is incredible! Apparently this is better preserved than Pompeii because where Pompeii was basically ...
... s quite all right, as coming around the bend to see a cathedral perched atop a cliff overlooking the sea as the red hues of the sunset blend in behind is a magical Amalfi Coast moment. And then, behind the cathedral is a labyrinth of alleys—no, tunnels--winding up stairs, down stairs… practically through houses and then popping out to give you a view of the ...