Belsito Hotel Nola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... want to spend time their and why the hotels a ridiculously expensive.
The ride however was incredibly hot. So much so that we rode in T-shirts. It was slow because the road is packed with people like us on bikes, tourists in coaches and mini buses, all trying to get the best view and then the local people just trying to go about their normal business, which may be reliant on getting through the throngs of loopys that are choking up the road. It’s only 70 ...
... were grown and cultivated for those wealthy enough to purchase them .Huge magnolias( 20ft tall) have been shaped into cone shapes and there are acres of them all identical in size and shape .The variety of colours and species were breath taking.Fortunately Deb was awake today to see it .
We reached Florence around 10.15am and as our train didnt leave until 12.33pm there was time a sit at a cafe with wifi ...
... Going down the stairs had been tiresome, going up them was near impossible, and we had to take multiple breaks where I did consider just spending the night on the steps. We did eventually make it and treated ourselves to some chill out time, playing a lot of cards. It wasn't till later that people started socialising, and we made friends with a couple from London, Matt and Stef and a few Australians. The Londoners were easily our favorites, and we had a ...
... a James Bond movie, in a hail storm.
Arrived at Pompeii. Immediately felt it was rip off when we paid 7 Euro ($12) for 2 coffees! Booked into Camp Spartacus - campsite that has been in Pompeii the longest and looks it! Watched our first movie on the lap top - Bonny and Clyde. 7 degrees on waking.
Next day, we were at the gate into ruins at 8.30 a.m. Great - no tours buses yet. Leisurely look at site, awe inspiring until it started to rain, but we had had a good ...
... s Marina Grande, we were mesmerised by the stark mass of white limestone rock rising out of the impossibly blue water. Epitomising Mediterranean appeal we thought the combination of roman ruins, whitewashed stone buildings, funky cafés and tiny car-free streets would be a place we would really love. We were wrong. Although Capri did feel a bit like a movie set, the ridiculous tourist numbers made it difficult to move through the marina. Jumping on ...