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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews Gold Hotel Marcianise
Travel Blogs from Marcianise
... pilgrims from all over the world - at the table we shared wine, octopus and other seafood delicacies, spoke in different languages - English, Spanish, Italian, French, and German. Because of the much needed break in my journey and the suggestion of this pilgrim to stop, my plans were forever changed. Call it fate, destiny, God's plans... Alfonso and I were meant to meet and journey together that day and ...
... around, especially poms. Wandered around the little back streets and then took a touristy bus round trip out to Massa Lubrese. It took about an hour and provided my feet some rest and some amazing views that I dont think I would have walked up too.
The two of us cleaned up quickly and headed out on the town. We enjoyed our first pizza margherita while talking to an Italian guy who had just been in a new movie with Pierce Brosnan set on the Amalfi Coast (can't recall the name off hand). Sitting on Piazza Tasso, Sorrento's main square, we watched all walks of life pass by. We ordered our first of many cappuccinos and it tasted like liquid gold. It was easy to observe that Sorrento is ...
When we arrived in Amalfi we immediately knew it was our kind of place. The beaches are horrendous from the volcano rock so we hired a bed to relax in the sun. We had our first dip in the icy waters of the meditteranen sea and stepped procariously among the rocks. The little town is full of shops and restaurants and lots of alley ways that lead to the same, I think if we stayed two weeks we would still be finding another alley way and another shop of restaurant. We had our first ...
... their luggage, in order to do this they touch Christine's bag, not realising I'm watching and yelled ah ah loudly, a dirty look was given but he knew not to mess with me!!! We were therefore very wary when we arrived in Naples... We were met by Christian, a lovely man who drove us the hour and a half along the windy rode to Positano. He said a tourist would have to be drunk or stupid to navigate the roads!!! We would now agree with him, the roads edge the cliff side and ...