Poggio del Sole
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I sat with Sharon, Robert, Betty, Philip and Jean and we had fun talking about TV and movies and how much we all love British comedies! Betty is from northern Ireland and Philip and Jean are from England (and Sharon and Robert are from LA/Indiana) but none of their accents are difficult for me to understand!
Dinner was very good—this luxurious hotel serves really nice meals. We had a cheesy pasta, then pork with steamed kale and potatoes, ...
... Geoff and I got a seat on the coast side of the bus with the only opening window. From then on it was a real treat. The scenery was spectacular, the road crazy and the bus driver deserved a medal.
The bus terminated at Amalfi so we dropped our bags at the Deposito bagagli and headed off to explore the little town for a while. The town piazza was a lovely place to have lunch. Opted for risotto, getting a bit sick of pasta (sorry Eliott). The ...
Hi and welcome to another edition of our European Adventure. You’ll think we are fixated on food but geez- the Italians can certainly excel at the preparation and taste of food! I think it comes from simple recipes made with excellent flavor and fresh ingredients. I have been trying my hand at cooking more and more, and have now taken a few classes and I’m enjoying the time in the kitchen (“cucina”). Brett’s ...
... but, in the front seat (where I sat, because it was a little embarrassing trying to squeeze up the isle without sharing a bit of myself with each person sitting in the isle seats) in between the two isle seats, there's a little fold down seat that joins the two isle seats to make a 5th seat, and yes, you guessed it, I got to have my ample frame squeezed tight, but the hottest tour guide I've ever laid eyes on.... oh kill me now, I ...
... wide area in which you could side step the trash while still managing to stay on the sidewalk, in teh afternoon that "walkway" was filled about five feet high and completely obstructed teh entire sidewalk. The solution to the walking on the sidewalks was to brave the streets that are filled with the most insane drivers I have ever seen. Asians don't hold a candle to the bad drivers in Naples. I saw people drive into oncoming traffic, small children sandwiched between ...