Hotel Europeo - Sea Hotels Group
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... We talked about favourite places far and wide and Fabrizio gave us a run down on his trip to Pompeii that we had planned for the following day. We were making some pasta for dinner with the sauce that we had bought back in Italy and Giovanni was giving us some pointers. The hostel was pretty full for the night and we all enjoyed a few quiet drinks on the large, open balcony before heading to bed.
We had a big day ahead of us. We were up early and onto the ...
... how they carve them so small and intricate. Back on ship by 4:45 pm. I'm beat started packing. Had a shower. Not sure how I'm going to fit stuff back in suitcases but we both have started we have to be off ship by 6:45 am tomorrow. It will be a long day tomorrow. Must say this has been a fantastic trip but I'm ready to come home. Miss the kids and even piper. Sad that we are missing Stephs ...
... easy. The plane trip took an hour and I managed to snap an amazing photo of an older Italian lady FULLY picking her nose, not a little bit, but half a finger up her nose. After lots of laughs we had landed and were now in Naples! It was wet and was going to cost over £20 to get a taxi to our hotel, which was only 7 minutes away. Or if we waited an hour and 15 mins we could get a free shuttle bus to our hotel, which was run by the hotel. We opted for the free bus. ...
... king and left feeling filled to the brim. Niels Jorn vowed no more fried fish on our first night in Pisa. Tonight he vowed no more pizza and no more bread! We made it back to the hotel as one tired band of dough bellies. The very kind front desk clerk made us a lovely tray of decaf espresso served in the grand ballroom to top off the night. Now we really felt like kings and queens and we went off to our separate rooms for a royal sleep in our ...
... it was amazing to have this pedestrian area by the sea. We couldn't agree with that more, but unfortunately, it doesn't look like it will last as traffic in Naples is a disaster and the road closure doesn't help (nor does the fact that the police don't bother enforcing any of the traffic laws!).
As we were leaving Naples, it was raining and the motorinos had all but disappeared leaving the city strangely quiet. Hmm, what to expect of ...