Centro Congressi San Luca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... guy offer of perhaps we could stretch the amount to 70 euro - deal done. The boy ( hope he is old enough to drive) is to take us at 1.00 pm as we are special guests of the B & B - sure. Let me say when travelling you spend good dollars and you spend bad dollars. The trip we undertook with the boy was to say the least a brilliant scenic and hell raising ride. We rose in a criss cross fashion high into the mountain range and then on a near death defying ride ...
... we went to Naples and stumbled upon a gem of a traditional Italian restaurant in a side street. We asked for the set menu and the friendly cook come waitress set to work bringing us simple, yet delicious plates of food. We visited the Archaeological Museum which was interested as it had many sculptures, paintings and mosaics from Herculaneum and Pompeii.
Next week we're learning about intake sampling and helping out with some R & D ...
... ruts in streets, worn down over hundreds of years by wagons carrying the goods that allowed Pompeii to function. Due to it's location near a sea port, the ancient city was very rich in trade opportunity. Naturally our first stop was the forum, the place where all the banking and trade took place.
Our next stop was the bath house, a public place for the people of Pompeii. They would come here and bathe in a series of rooms. At that point ...
... this area is unreal. It is worth it to one day, to see this part of the world. It is a good time of year to come. The weather is nice and the crowds are not all here yet. We are heading back to Germany tomorrow. In one way we are excited to start the next phase of our holiday, but we are sad to leave Italy. ...
This is our first experience with the Trains in Europe. I'm sure it will be very easy after a few more trials, however with 5 kids it's ...interesting. We ended up taking the Express train from Rome to Napoli (Naples) which is way more money but direct and very fast!!! We topped 300km/hour. Lots of business people and very few "touristas" at this time of the year so we stood out pretty well. We picked up fabulous croissants and peach juice from the train station bakery ...