Executive - Sea Hotels Group
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TripAdvisor Reviews Executive - Sea Hotels Group Naples
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... With lunch, we had red and white wine – as much as we wanted. If we emptied a bottle, they just brought out another. The lunch started with a wide variety of antipasto: chickpeas, beans, grilled vegetables, spinach, Swiss chard and more. That was followed by four pasta dishes, including gnocchi, ravioli, a cheese stuffed pasta and a linguini with mushrooms. The final course was dessert – and there were at least 8 different ones. We also ...
... During the World War II the junk was flattened down and covered in concrete to create air raid shelters. Initially our route was lit but we then went through some narrower passages carrying candles. Shoulder width and tighter in places. Most wells were closed during the war but a few remain open to allow fresh air in. They have filled some of the pools so we could see how it worked with jars for collecting the water hanging down the narrow wells. We saw a small pool for ...
... I describe the shape I felt out loud...much to my surprise I was feeling a giant stone penis while my family stood back and laughed :) Our tour guide also pointed out a temple containing a phallic drawing in the middle where women would go to pray for fertility; as, men would get ride of them if they could not produce children. Families were large as many children died young, and the total town had ~ 20,000 people. We then toured the bath house which was used mainly ...
... Penne Siciliana, pasta with aubergines, tomatoes and cheese, it was my favourite pasta dish so far. Three weeks into my placement and I can officially say I now drink coffee. I may need a bit of sugar and a splash (ok a lot!) of milk but I really enjoy it. I've not quite advanced to being able to drink espressos but maybe one day! I also squeezed in a glass of Prosecco (I was told I must before leaving Italy!) and managed to get a few free nibbles along with it! ...
... tour looking for shady spots along the way. Pompei is really quite massive which is probably quite lucky because there were soooo many people there - it was impossible to take a photo without some random tourist in the shot. However, the guide was really informative and it was great to hear about the history and culture of Pompei.