Parco Maria Terme
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... small boats in the water with day passengers waiting as well, the Grotto boats take it in turn to either pick up from the strps or the boats.
We were travelling with a couple from Canada and their daughter so they put us all in the same boat, I had to sit in the back, Rob was slightly to my side and Julina and her daughter then got in, we were all on top of each other and then had to slide down so we didn't hit our heads entering the Grotto. Once it was our turn to go ...
... out by Vesuvius and many walls were badly damaged when the roofs caved in as they were of course integrated. There is not a great deal of evidence of any fire in the city as the swiftness of the ash flow didn't allow any time for burning. There is also no evidence of any roofs at all because the entire city had been underground for some 1800 years and all things organic had all but disappeared. All in all an interesting experience and I am glad I ...
... night each table had 10 servings of different plates of food. Us girls were literally rolling out of there by the end.
It was served as a traditional Italian dinner and the food was amazing but way too much. The plan was to head out for cocktails after, but after an attempt we just couldn’t fit a cocktail in and needed to lay down. Jess and I with a few of the other girls caught the bus back to the camping ground and took our food babies to bed.
Aussies over and out ...
... less about the enormous crowds in Rome! We had four days to look for good restaurants, scope out the sights, study the maps and locate soft leather shoe boutiques. We rented a large loft for the group, but in the meantime we holed up in a 700 year old building that was once a horse barn. This stylish loft was perfectly situated in the Trastevere neighbourhood. It was bustling with both locals and tourists all day and well into the night. Trastevere ...
... was my most favorite stop on the Amalfi Coast. This town is up on the mountain above the sea. Here we had a light lunch before taking a walk around. We went to Villa Rufolo with it's beautiful gardens and view. This villa used to belong to a very wealthy family. It has changed hands numerous times and is now open to the public for visits. What a beautiful property and the views from there were amazing. I liked the vibe ...