Hotel Palazzo Decumani
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Babysitting service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... how I felt the whole time. I had seafood at every meal and limoncello at the end of each night, so it is safe to say that those two things alone really helped keep my spirits up. And just having my mom around is perfect timing. She keeps telling me, "Eat, pray, love" whenever she can tell I need a lift in my mood. Well, I've certainly done a really good job at the eating part. My mom actually seems really happy lately (which ...
... by car with some walking at the end. The days excursion would be about 10 hours and would take us by ferry to the island of Capri, then ferry to Sorrento back on the mainland, and from there by bus to Pompeii and by bus again back to the ship. It would see us do a circle in the Bay of Naples. Our tour guide for the day was Enzo who as very good. So with our numbers on our chests, map in hand, earphones to listen to Enzo - except for Craig who won't where them, ...
... and I accidentally bumped the large wooden door and it came off the hinge and landed on my eye. Ouch....so now I get to walk around Italy with a shiner. Pretty. It's not too bad yet...it looks like my eye shadow and mascara smeared a little. We ventured out into Salerno and walked along the waterfront and into the old part of town. We had a yummy snack...a scoop of gelato inside Brioche...an Italian ice cream sandwich....sooooo good. For dinner we ...
... Our food arrived and the pizzas were gigantic. Various fried appetizers(mozzarella sticks, zucchini sticks and something that looked like a huge fried fish) arrived at the table next to us followed by several large pizza pies. We were all laughing pretty hysterically at this point when a group of young people were soon seated in the back room behind us and their voices also joined the choir. The next addition to top off our ...
... and limoncello.
Italy beat the UK in Europe 2012 that night. Since 95% of the summer population of Sorrento consists of local Italians or British tourists, it was a pretty big event. We heard the next day that the game went into some sort of triple overtime because no one scored. Every bell or horn in Sorrento went off around 12:30 AM, so we knew Italy had won the game.