Executive - Sea Hotels Group
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... here?” A lone police car drives past folks selling pirated DVDs… fake Gucci bags… guys blocking the street with their wares… and nobody bats an eye. Clearly the police is not the least bit concerned about any of this… I see a welcome sign: a cheap looking hotel that I have to go through a gate and up a creaky, ancient elevator in the center of the room—just like the ones in Egypt, to a portly fellow that I’m sure I saw in a ...
... trattoria for dinner. Dinner turned out to be excellent! None of the staff spoke English, which was fun as no written menu was offered, but we managed to follow their recommendations, and had a great three course meal plus wine for 40 euro.
The twenty minute walk to the hotel was to follow, but we were kidnapped by this taxi driver who happened to be waiting in the street, and needless to say, we surrendered our all with hardly a struggle! So now ...
... a dozen or so rowboats inside, and all of the men were singing Italian songs, which echoed very loud in that small space. Getting out of the Blue Grotto was much trickier – some big winds and waves started coming in, which would completely cover the opening. But that died down and we were eventually able to get out. I took some video on my phone of it to show just how small the space was. You can see photos online, but none really do it justice – I think in ...
... prices. The goods here were 'Traditional Italian' shells, imported from Central America. Before even seeing the price, it didn't seem an impressive quality. Then, I note you could be a animal figure the size of your thumb for €850. Tempting, but not really. Every bus from the cruise was forced to stop here. Ugh.
Eventually when we escaped that place, we headed towards Mount Vesuvius, an active volcano. It sounded exciting! Not really. It took a good hour to make the ...
Huge news today from the Vatican, in the announcement of Pope Benedict XVI's (Ratzinger) resignation on February 11. He is the first pontiff in 600 years to voluntarily step down, since the last Papal resignation happened in 1294, under Celestine the Fifth.
It immediately made me think of any Dan Brown books I've read and the proceedings that will take place to determine the new leader of the Catholic Church, the new Pope. Just thinking or saying the word CONCLAVE brings ...