Parco Maria Terme
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... by quickly. We proceeded in a new bus on the amazing highway driving to the cliffs of Positano. This area is designated a World Heritage site and we were both were dazzled by the views. We both were both impressed that there were so many buses navigating the narrow winding road perched on the cliff sides of the Amalfi coast.
By 11:30 we in the town of Sorrento. Our guide said they had a special deal at the first restaurant we passed, Tosso Pizza and ...
Good morning blog readers! Up early for a trip to Pompei and Vesuvius. Pickup at 7.15. They are well organised in Italy...not! After picking up other people, we were the first; we had 3 bus changes travelling the entire Amalfi coastal road to Salnero and eventually. To Pompei. 3 hours later we arrived. Pompei is spectacular. To think it was buried within 3 hours of the eruption starting, and in places some 20 metres deep is ...
... roads and the sheer beauty is overwhelming. Our hotel is situated high above the city and our room that overlooked the Tyrrhenian Sea with an incredible view. It was Saturday night and this seaside town was rocking! We walked down the stairs, many, many stairs and had a light dinner at a beachside restaurant. We finished our night walking back up the many, many stairs, and having a lemoncello in the hotel lobby.
... 8217;t start until 12:30am our time, but we managed to stay up for the whole thing. If Davante Gardner can run up and down the court for a whole game, we can stay up late to watch. We weren’t disappoint either, as Marquette walked all over Miami to reach the Elite 8 for the first time since Dwayne Wade laced up and played in the 90s! It was a great week to be a Golden Eagle. The game ended around 2am. We tried to stay up until 3, because there was a religious ...
... and dusty too. The full grounds are huge and we probably only covered about a third of them, but we definitely saw the highlights. Our downloaded audioguide took us through all the major sights. We visited the tavern, the bakery (with the large flour grinders and oven), the Roman baths, a take-out restaurant (ancient fast food), the basilica, some residential homes and even the brothel (the stone beds are still there and some risqué frescoes on the wall - oh my!). There ...