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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Pets allowed
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... a lot of veggie gardens. Even under the concrete flyovers. My host Maria met me at the station eventually. A kind taxi driver phoned her when my phone wouldn't work. She was just running a bit late. We walked to her apartment. It's very nice. Maria has a little 2.5 yo boy, Raphael. He's cute and Maria is lovely. C Di Stabia is not a touristy town at all. Very Italian. I went out and had an average pizza and wine for ...
It's interesting to see group dynamics at work and the way we are all bonding and befriending people on the trip. Even admire our tour guides professionalism and organization everyone seems determined to have fun .... Another group were heard to refer to us as the"naughty group" after our late raucous arrival back last night !!! There is one lady I must mention... An Aussie lady whom I admire immensely. She suffered from meningitis about 12 years ago and as a result has ...
... church kinda town where Wagner once composed an opera (Parsifal). The gardens were very pleasant, with an amazing view back down onto Amalfi. It was another great day for photography, and I really do want to share some with you but unfortunately the wifi in this hotel (I'm in Sicily as I write this) is both expensive and only available in the hotel lobby so I'm saving up a couple of entries to post at the same time and I'll add photos ...
... from statues made by famous sculptures, brilliant paintings, and of course, the elusive Erotic Exhibit of Herculaneum. When we found it I think we both put our most discerning faces on, but underneath our passive faces,we were giggling like little kids. Or at least I was (Chris, not Erin). Some of the items in there are pretty different. For example, there were pictures painted brilliantly, but of people getting substantially frisky ...
... the most famous of these natural attractions is the Blue Grotto. They call it a blue because when the light reflects off the water in the cave it turns all blue. Actually many of the grottos we went to had an amazing color with the reflection off the water. Some emerald and some blue.
Capri is a very touristy town with lots of boutique shops and hotels. You definitely could just do ...
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