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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a quiet day relaxing at the villa with a bit of exploring of Sorrento. Its a great seaside town, very laid-back. Plenty of (mostly British) tourists but also lots of visible local life. Sorrento is on the other side of a peninsula from the Amalfi coast & the next morning we head over there by local bus to hike the famous "Path of the Gods". Its a bit of an arduous journey to get there on continuous switchback roads but we ...
... a painting of lots of painters in it. We saw the Popes balcony and where he comes out every Wednesday and Sunday. We saw Saint Peters Cathedral and the tombs of previous Popes. We went to the souvenir shop and Dad, Mum and Eleni got a few things but I didn't. Then we caught the metro home and we all had a dooze and rested for a bit and had a bit to eat then we went to the supermarket and got some groceries and we came home and went to ...
... in Roma, lunch, was at 2pm (how very European of us) at Hostaria da Petro. Interestingly enough, the very hungry group immediately ordered some house wine. No fancy wine in Roma, the house wine is great and this Chianti did not disappoint. Fresh vegetable were ordered along with a variety of pasta dishes. Tessa, our pasta connoisseur, declared the fettuccine delicious and that it "melted in my mouth". Clearly, the first meal was ...
... it. It is still a most popular attraction for you can see that his foot has been worn thin from the millions of tourist-pilgrims who have passed by to touch him over the centuries. Back out into the sunshine, we walked across the Square and round to the museum, only to find that it had closed at 4.00, so sadly we did not get to see the Sistine Chapel after all. Perhaps those coins in the fountain might remedy that. We took the Metro back to the Spanish ...
... Italy and our campsite for our Rome stay, Jan gave us this campsite name as well as the one at Assisi, so we thought it best to go with her suggestion.
Getting fuel was a problem as it was Sunday and all the garages we stopped were unmanned 24 hour types, but wouldn't take any of our credit or debit cards only Bancomat, whatever that is, a strange country? Or it a failure to trust the Italian banking ...