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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for drinks and story swapping.
On Saturday I set out to explore a fruit and vegetable street market and purchased a few local items before wandering up the north to find pizzeria starita. This came highly recommended by a local and a wannabe local. It was tucked way off the main street, but there were signs from a certain point onwards directing you left a right – thankfully or I would’ve now found it. Pizzeria Starita seems to be a chain, ...
While the photos may look like a pile of rubble it was really interesting and you can't help but be amazed..........
Walked into Naples, very run down but huge huge buildings. Lots of graffiti which is disappointing. We did manage to get decent internet access even if it cost us a glass of wine and an expresso. Waiter spoke no English but vino blanco and expresso seem to be universal as is wifi!
... a giant lit up Christmas ornament. Upon closer inspection we saw that it was indeed made up of thousands of lights. It was pretty neat.
All the walking made us hungry. Our first culinary delight was a huge canolli. It was about six inches long and filled with the traditional cream and chocolate chips. We ate it on a busy street corner as people rushed past us. Our other indulgence for the night was PIZZA! Austin, my brother, loves to ...
... to them. We turned around and retraced our steps and then started a big winding drive over the hills to the Amalfi coast, Positano which looked wonderful from high up, and then on to Sorrento. It took us about 50 minutes instead of 20 but was great and the views were magnificent because we were very high up. The cars pass with only a centimetre to spare but you don't see many that have scratches on them. I certainly wouldn't like to do the drive. We ...
... on the side of the road and put on all blinkers to show us some sight. He was also a good photographer and did things with my new camera that I hadn't even worked out.
We had a great simple lunch at a roadside cafe called the Gas bar. I had my first bruschetta since arriving in Italy. I am still waiting for garlic bread. We asked Paolo about it and he had never heard of garlic bread as we know it in Australia. Their loss!!! The ...