Hotel Bellevue Suite
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... trying to get super fit in 4 days or staying on the balcony for the duration. The car is definitely not being driven. Dinner tonight at an authentic Italian restaurant, La Terra just a short walk down the road (and the 227 steps both ways) was wonderful and Narell, a complimentary Limoncello to finish dinner. They served it freezing cold. Will post photos soon! Happy Father's Day all you dads. cheers ...
This is one of our favorite ports. We got up early as room service came in at 6:30 with our breakfast. The skies were threatening, but we were prepared with umbrellas and our raincoats.
Today the ship had to anchor outside of the town which meant we had to tender in. The tender ride was painless, less than 10 minutes to the port.
We met our coach for our tour today which was ancient Pompeii. We have never ...
... waiters and the cooks were from the same family and the food was served family style -= all inclusive. We had about 10 appetizers, 4 pasta dishes, steak, port, lamb and sausages and 4 different desserts. That plus all the wine we wanted for 35 euro each. An absolutely fantastic dinner.
By the time we got back to the hotel at about 10 we'de all been up for about 35 hours. So tired we fell asleep immediately.
italy is wonderfull!
... people – alarming her and my dad! Okay…plan G, or H, or whatever! Rent a car? Nope! Not possible…need a document!
Wade comes up with an idea! If we can get on a computer we could print out a copy from our own files. Good plan Wade! Always saving the day!!!
We walk another few blocks to a Mailboxes Etc. and stumble our way through Italian until we get a computer – and print out a copy of my passport. We then take it back to Jean ...
... only the old ones. The young ones are just plain creepy.
ITALY FACT 4: Italian men LOVE blonde women and must shout things at them as they pass, even when crossing the road in opposite directions.
So we spent aaaages trying to find a Campagnia Pass (free entry to sites and free transport for 3 days, all for €20). Finally, after asking several tobacanists (see above), two info points and a random (ever so creepy) man, we decided to cut our losses and just take ...