Hotel San Paolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... public buildings and statues to Marcus Nonius Bolbus. The site was incredible, with an amazing level of preservation and conservation. What was interesting was learning about the amount of conservation that was occurring at the site and the problems such as drainage which the team need to manage on a day-to-day basis. Our next stop was the National Archaeological Museum of Naples. The museum is the sight of archaeological remains taken from Stabia, Herculaneum ...
... a two hour tour and only covered 30% of the area. No matter where you turned, Mt. Vesuvius was always there. By the time we were done with this tour, we were tired and thirsty. We headed back to the ship where Tony handed us a bottle of Lemincello to take back to the States with us.
We turned in after dinner, but Sara tagged along with the Elmores to attend the magic show where she was picked to be one of the magician's assistants. According to Sara she helped him turn ...
... managed to get us around the long lines waiting to get in. A friend of mine toured here a few years ago and she and her husband got separated from their group and they got lost trying to find their way out. Now that I was here I could easily understand how that happened, as the place is massive! As we made our way through the walkways made from stones, I couldn't help but wonder about the people who walked on these same stones over 2000 years ago.
April Fool's day is known in Italy as pesce d'aprile. No matter the name every culture gives to this day, the purpose of it is common worldwide and a lot of countries celebrate it, including Italy. Il pesce d'aprile, April Fools'day, is celebrated on April 1st and it is a day during which Italians, too, have the custom of playing practical jokes on friends and relatives, following the ancient traditions of tricks played in far-off times. Even if this custom is supposed to have ...
... Camino, the simplicity, the time of prayer and reflection, new found friendships and love, feelings of grief, sorrow, pain, nervousness and anxiety... happiness, joy, being fully alive, love, peace, romance and sunsets, gratitude and blessings, full of hope in the journey ahead, learning to live in each moment not knowing what the future holds... un passo alla ...