- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Cercola
... steps of the Gladiators, Caesars and ancient people of the time both in Amalfi,Pompeii,the Rome Colosseum and the Ancient churches.
We loved the Italian food,with meals made with fresh ingredients straight from the garden. Gus has had Gelato lessons so we can look forward to Gelato when we get home!
We climbed to the summit of Mount Vesuvius which blew in 79AD and completely buried Pompeii. It was amazing exploring the ...
... long table. The next noise we heard was the crew pulling up the anchor....... BUT WAIT.... Marina and I looked at each other, hearing the same "wrong " sounds. All else on the boat did not hear what we heard. Including Diane, who was sitting opposite me, on the window. The grinding, clanking, whirrrrrrrrrrling of the anchor trying to be risen, was pointless. The anchor of the boat had hooked onto the chains at the bottom of the harbor on the sea floor. No matter how ...
... meet at 7.15am for pick up which may be a bit ouch! We had to have our brekkie at 6.30am. As an incentive to book the cruise early we were offered a drinks package which covers a range of beers, wines, cocktails, coffees and softies for free. When you see people paying over eight USD for a beer I think we will be way in front; particularly when Relle has had her first piña ...
... it was. The space is over 125 acres so you really feel like you're walking around a small city. We got an audio guide which did a terrific job of bringing to life the space with easy to read prompts (e.g. "Here's where the Baker lived. Small oxen rotated around the stone to till the grain for baking.") The other part about Pompeii that always hypnotized Amanda - and was recently reconfirmed when we spoke with David Taylor in London about his recent ...
... of potential donors to the Palace. The development of private donations led to the creation of the Friends of Versailles in June 1907. Under the aegis of Gérald van der Kemp, chief conservator of the museum from 1952 to 1980, the Palace witnessed some of its most ambitious conservation and restoration projects: new roofing for the galerie des glaces; restoration of the chambre de la reine; restoration of the chambre de Louis XIV; restoration of the Opéra (Lemoine, ...