Centro Congressi San Luca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Centro Congressi San Luca Battipaglia
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... in the sun - the bus only goes every hour, so we had to get on it! The lovely old bus driver opened the door and said the bus was very full, but we could stand in the front if we wanted to. Well, what a roller coaster ride it was. We were both hanging on to whatever we could find, with the windscreen about a foot from our faces, and the driver zooming around the tiny coastal road bends. Great memories. We were just thinking about all the health ...
... table at the edge of the town square. Beth ordered Gnocci, Sorrento style. Tasted great. Had been recommended by Claudio. Marquetry factory visit Back. In Amalfi by 5:30 Shopped a few groceries Confirmed cooking and kayaking for Thursday Cards What's app with ...
... on pause).
The only problem with this place is time slips by so fast while you sit, relax and just watch the view and the people.
Eventually we had to drag ourselves away and get back up to the pick-up spot or we would not make it back to Rome before midnight.
On the way back to the car we did make one more stop - to buy some locally made Limoncello (and the recipe for how to make your own).
It was a pleasant drive back to the hotel, ...
... huge Fontana Pretoria and the large parks and gardens are symbols of its former ruling classes - the clergy and the aristocracy. This is countered, however, by a significant beggar population which seem to have honed their guilt giving skills to a fine edge. And in between, everyone else concentrates on getting on with life and carving out a living for themselves and their family. We gave a bag of clothing we were discarding to a beggar ...
... we found a nice cafe overlooking the bay for a snack. We walked back to the town, trying to avoid the cruise ship crowds which were overwhelming the streets. As a result, we ended up in some back streets which were filled with more high-end shops selling Perfume and the like with beautiful hotels (making us very jealous we weren't staying there). We also walked passed the Capri perfumery (apparently very famous) which had jars of some of their scents outside the ...