- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cute animal made from towels. He always greets us with a big smile and calls us by name. Is sounds like "Ana-nita" to me, but I commend him for the effort. His name is, Nestor. But George calls him Ernie, don't ask me why. We are on the 8th deck, which is pretty cool because there are many things on this level. In the middle of the ship there is: the photo gallery, gift shop, jewelry stores, Champagne Charlie' lounge and it overlooks the main ...
We traveled all the way across Italy to the eastern Adriatic coast to the town of Vieste on Wednesday. On the way we stopped to see Hadrian's Villa just outside of Rome near Tivoli. If you recall Hadrian was the dude who built the Pantheon and the wall across the northern edge of the Roman Empire in England to protect the Romans from invading Celts. This is the origin of the old expression that "if you can't beat ...
... is some shopping in town and packing to head out on Sunday. On Sunday we head to Pompeii. I am looking forward to seeing that! Also, on the way is the town of Morcone, which I recently found out is the town where our great great grandfather (Patrizio) and our great great great grandfather (Giuseppe) Nucciarone was from (thanks to Lauretta, our distant relative through DNA).
Ciao for now!
... perhaps once in a hundred days or more, almost akin to the chances of winning the lottery, Signor e Signora seldom have a major fall out. But after the meal perhaps it was inevitable. You might think that I would be torn between the two, my loyalties split, nothing could be further from the truth. I am the sole beneficiary of such discord.
Signora might be first, I recognise the approach and roll on my back ready for the tummy scratching and full body massage. "Bruno, you're the ...
... grotto, seeking the
protection of St Michael. Following lunch, take in the panoramic view
of the ocean and the surrounding countryside awaits you at this most
celebrated shrine of early Christianity, a shrine consecrated by St
Michael himself in 490. Return to San Giovanni for devotions,
reflection, and a restful ...