Hotel Santa Marta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We visited the Basilica of St Francis this morning. Our hotel was right next door so it wasn't far to walk. We had a great view of it from our hotel room window and saw the pilgrims, nuns and Fransciscan Friars walking the cobblestone streets to early morning mass. The Basilica was built in 1239, after Francis' death. The series of frescoes which embellish the walls and ceiling ...
... rolling waves in the harbor that the passerale was banging on the dock, and it tilted, raising up and dropping again. No way we could use the passerale. So.... Exiting Millie came in the dinghy, hand over hand down the side of Millie, to the bobbing and weaving dock. What fun that was.... But both Marina and I made it safely to the dock, then staggered like two drunk ladies to the shore, trying to remain up-right without falling. Once we got on dry land, ...
We found our way to casa del menandro one of the best preserved houses in Pompeii
The house was truly magnificent with frescoes still brightly decorating the walls. The detail was fantastic. It sparks a hint of irony that these forgotten rich people had slaves create these artworks as it was not seemly for the wealthy to do such work, and yet these works are so highly prized now. ...
... into a proper ice cream freezer that you would see in a shop for 24 hours and then tested. Unsurprisingly this is also Salvatore's favourite part of the factory. For research purposes only of course, we had a little taste (huge cup) of the coconut and the cappuccino varieties. I can confirm they were delicious!
We spent Wednesday and Thursday at 2 of La Doria's other factory sites, Fisciano and Sarno. The factory at Fisciano is quite different ...
... 00 39 070 652956, www.anfiteatroromano.it), open Tue–Sat, 9.30am–1.30pm; Sun, 10am–1pm; €4.30. Day trips Outside Pula, 25 miles down the coast, the ancient site of Nora holds Sardinia’s most impressive Carthaginian and Roman ruins, occupying a spit of land jutting into the blue sea. When you’ve had your fill of baths, theatres and mosaic pavements, take a dip from the adjacent beach and sample the bar life of Pula. Archaeological site at Nora ...