Hotel Maremonti Panza
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
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Sun comes out so off to Fornillo for breakfast (fresh baked croissants and jam as you order - at F Ili Grassi with blue and white chairs.l Luke swims to Positano and back, amongst the ferry traffic. Andy ecstatic when he finds cases of lNastro Azzurro cans at 10 EU per slab! Great dinner at Da ...
... that my tour guide (I don't usually do tours but it's 8km of walking and I wasn't about to get lost and locked in the place - apparently it happens if not often, at least occasionally) had what I can only describe as an extremely shrill voice.. Which I got to listen to for 2 and a half hours. Ooft. Either way, Pompei is a great day trip and so easy to get to - from Napoli Stazione Centrale it's about a 45 minute train on the "Circumvesuviana", a ...
... Andrea's family is lovely, and Marco is a kid I hope mine become. He's articulate, polite, fun, and interacted with the adults as well as the kids with complete ease and confidence. The food, conversation, and vistas from their rooftop were incredible. Andrea and Tom have a long history and it was a bit of a love-fest, as each explained the other's impact on them. My father claims that Andrea credits him with his success, but that as far as he remembers, Andrea never took ...
We weren't too disappointed leaving Spain as we knew that we would be back in only a month. We flew into Naples mid morning but after being advised by Mum and Dad that Naples was a bit of a hole, we caught the bus straight to Sorrento.
My first moment of terror of our trip occurred soon after as somehow leaving the coach I decided I didn't need my backpack packed with passports, iPad and all our booking confirmations. I realized a minute or ...
... tripadvisor, hostelworld, etc. based entirely on the customer service he provides in an otherwise uninviting city.
Tomorrow we will make a trip to the ruins of Pompeii, and undoubtedly I will be overcome with joy because [too] many years of my life were spent following Caecilius around the forum, baths, and Ampitheatre in the Cambridge Latin books. Tomorrow I will finally get to say 'Vale Caecilius!'
In the meantime, bonum nocte sectatores!