Crescenzo Hotel Ristorante
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... but also to my (don't get your hopes up) scalp. I went this morning to get a haircut, which is always a dangerous thing to do in a country whose language you don't speak. I looked up a bit of relevant vocabulary before going in and clunkily told the barber that I wanted my hair a little shorter on the sides than on top. At least, I think that's what I said. My haircut might indicate otherwise. He nodded curtly and, after asking only one question ("Machina?"), began buzzing the ...
... I seem to leave something every trip. Once back on the boat, we thought we were going to be able to enter the Emerald Grotto, but the seas were too rough. Boo! We chose not to do the Blue Grotto in Capri. Oh well... The coast is basically vertical cliffs into the blue Tyrrhenian Sea. The way that folks build homes here are amazing with hundreds of steps zigzagging down to the sea. We took lots of pictures as we went ...
Up early again and Rosaria had a champion breakfast waiting. Espresso, fresh fruits, cereals, prosciutto and cheeses. She always had water in the fridge and gave us a bag of home grown apricots to take with us.
We were heading to the Almalfi Coast today, hopefully to Capri as well. Rosaria was bustling us today as she wanted to make sure we caught the correct train, which was due at 9:15 at Pompeii Station Two, near the Villa of Mysteries , which ...
... as it is a fixed price. €35 per person. Foods are all organic and the vegetables come from their own garden.
We were immediately brought bruschetta and a bottle of wine.
Next came antipasti, which was prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, eggplant, chick peas, brown beans, peas, little pizza pops, spinach, broccoli and more.
Next was the “primo” (first) course, which is always pasta. The picture doesn’t do it justice but there were about ...
... sell it At the store (Ipercoop ) in rabbit pieces in the poultry section. It was very similar to chicken cacciatore and the flavors work very well together. Brett loves coniglio, and its supposed to best if fresh abbot grown in Ischia per our neighbors Salvatore and Gena who cook up a mean dish ( actually all their food is delicioso!) Ingredients: 1 rabbit, in pieces 1 can diced tomatoes with juice 1 onion, sliced 1 tablespoon of butter 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1 cup of water ...