Hotel Luna Convento
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The staff so far, can't do enough for you, the place has so much character...it's high standard all the, totally would recommend to everyone
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One of the surprising highlights of Amalfi was the Duomo (cathedral). The exterior, with its gold leaf decoration, caught the afternoon sun brilliantly. Inside, the 13th century Paradise Cloister had a Moorish feel with intertwined arches supported by 120 slim columns... very elegant combined with the Mediterranean garden in its centre.
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I have always wanted to travel to Italy since I was a child; the thought of seeing the wonderful sights of this wonderful country thrills me beyond belief considering my strong Italian roots. Also, I absolutely love to eat and try new foods all of the time and I have been told that Italy fulfills the craving for experiencing authentic and amazing …
... the left in the far distance... yes we really are in Italy. I have really come to terms that Italy is a truly beautiful country one which you could spend many weeks and months exploring and the people are really friendly and charmingly funny.
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