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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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today I once again jumped aboard a boat to explore more of the italian coast line visiting positanoand amalfi. ive realised no matter what an italian is driving weather it be car, moped or boat there all mad todays boat driver kept driving the not so small boat as far into caves as he posibly could into caves and yesterdays driver franco almost reversed the boat into a cliff trying to give us a shower under a waterfall. both amalfi and possitano are gorgeous ...
... why anyone hasn’t thought of that before. Two and a half hours later, we were cursorily processed into the familiar chaos that is Italy by an immigration official who didn’t even look at my passport, and spilled out into the arrivals area to be greeted by KK’s uncle Peter.
KK: Peter had hired a car for the duration of our stay yet met us with one of his and aunt Kath’s pet taxi drivers. This seemed odd at first but proved immeasurably wise: the ...
... buy and sell used books between the Alba gate (near Piazza Dante on Via Toledo) and Piazza Bellini (near the Archeological Museum); roughly normal shopping hours. Fuorigrotta Market - M-Sat 9-2. Fruit, vegetables, fish, other food, household goods. Across from the Fuorigrotta Cumana stop (look for blue gate). Greater Naples Area Markets ************************************* Pozzuoli Fish/Produce Market - Tues-Sun 7-2 (although shops start closing at ...
Today we took a boat trip to the island of Capri, the most visited of Naples' Bay islands once a Roman holiday spot where Emperor Augustus made it his private playground and Tiberius retired there in AD 27, it still attracts the rich and famous, with lots of very expensive designer boutiques and jewellery shops. We took the bus up to ...
Epiphany is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God the Son as a human being in Jesus Christ. In Italy, Christmas holidays always end after January 6th as they celebrate the day of the Epiphany and the visitation of the Biblical Magi to the baby Jesus. That is also the last occasion during the holiday season on which Italian children receive presents. The night between January 5th and 6th is the night of ...