Hotel San Mauro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... had the pleasure of the attractive singing waitress Lav, and others would have had the displeasure of our singalong, including the NZ anthem in Maori. After dinner we donned our four masks that Ang had bought in Venice and headed for the show in the atrium. Soon we were dancing alongside the performers and shortly after many more were. Tina and Andrew made a tactical retreat to get a good sleep before rising early tomorrow to disembark the ship. We met up with Velette. ...
... J aNd I did some damage in one shop and I think we made the owners day for him. He was quite good at dressing J..everything he presented , she bought. Wonderful coordinates..well she will be working at a villa all summer meeting and greeting guests in Florence, so this was very, ahem, necessary. Me...I have no excuse..
I found an Apple shop and finally got the charger with Italian plugs..so tired of ...
... witch, bat, or other classics. They were pretty plain costumes too and not like the US. We grab the lady ferry and while we were sitting down the cab lady comes in and starts yelling at us. She wasn't happy that she drove all the way over to the place and we weren't there. I do understand that it sucks and if we could have called her we would have, however you can just drive someone else. She wanted twenty euro for petrol, which I know was way too much money for that ...
... time you are cut off, you have to re-enter your username and password. For such an upscale place, they really do need to upgrade their system. On vacation you do not want to have to waste too much time working due to slow service. Checkout was truly seamless, and we had no problem getting a taxi at 4 am. There were no errors in that process. Overall, on a 100 point scale, I give this hotel a 96. If traveling to Naples again anytime soon, we will be ...
... a gymnasium, temples, courts and community laundry facilities. The even had huge public baths (think spas) complete with massage tables and dressing rooms made me think they probably had a better handle on work-life balance than we do today. We finished the visit at the extraordinary coliseum and walked the tunnels where the athletes of ancient rome once walked into the arena centuries before. We also visited the Valley of the Fugitives where ...