- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... south of the track I’m immediately in another “C” town, Casapesenna. Here I have no trouble finding the narrow plaza with a sculpture of some giant pencil like things and a church with a traditional baroque dome, but a modern flat marble fašade. I continue on until I reach open, green countryside again where luckily I find a narrow street that heads north under the tracks, past endless piles of garbage, and on to my next town. 1162. Roadside ...
... the others and everyone is on board with skipping the long walk back to our car. We were all beat. So .. si signore.. its a deal! We pile in and head to the station with our Napolitano driver who, after he dishes us is heading home for "pasta patate" for cena (potato pasta?? ) . Did we want to come he asks? No grazie Dobbiamo andare. Forse un altra volta! (un po' d'italiano per te Lucio!) Gord was very happy with ...
... buzz around everywhere and lane lines are optional." I guess the joke never gets old! The views though, could not be beat.
We arrived at the B&B we are staying at and were greeted warmly by the hostess. After taking some time to settle in, we went for a walk and found a nice restaurant nearby for dinner. We are definitely enjoying all the fresh seafood this region has to offer. We were pretty pooped from all the travel that day, so after some wine ...
... cliffs, had the honor to rise to the imperial seat. During the High Middle Ages , the island was frequently beaten by Saracen pirates who plundered the inhabitants. Among the most devastating raids are reminiscent of those of the Muslim corsairs led by Barbarossa. And just one of the many raids of the Saracens is linked to the legend of St. Michael the Archangel , who later became the patron saint of the island. After the Saracen raids the island's shores filled with guard towers ...
We spent today on trains. An early start from Monterosso, we caught the 7.10 to La Spezia where we had booked a train to Roma Termini. This took about 4 hours. The train was comfortable and the countryside was interesting to look at, and we were able to catch up on some sleep.
In Rome, we had to get a connecting train to Napoli Centrale. This was on the board as being 15 minutes late, but they never put up a platform number ...