Delle Terme di Agnano
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... at all like the ones at home. They are incredibly detailed and imaginative, and all made and decorated by hand. You can watch them being made in several of the shops, and they are not expensive.
We were too tired to walk to what has become our favourite restaurant, so tried a new one very close to the hotel. A little more up market, but not wildly expensive. To be honest, we were too tired to really do it justice, and were glad of ...
... was feeling a bit crook this morning - led us unerringly to some local markets in an attempt to feel better via retail therapy. She had hoped to find a large Italian department store but these were located well outside the old city where we were. So a market just had to suffice! On the way back to get our bags from the hotel and then ...
... mammoth quizathon and all 21 teams were present in the Broadway Theatre at 4:30 for the start of the proceedings. The scores were shown on the big screen in reverse order. All teams got a deserving round of applause. Regardless of nationality - there were teams made up from Germans, Italians, French, Spanish and the English speaking colonies - a lot of respect was shown for each team. The team in 3rd place, China were invited on to the stage. Their prize? A ...
... tiny, just enough room to stand on) overlooking the front of the hotel and the incredibly busy street it is on. There is a church across the way—the bells started ringing at about 5:30 PM so I took a video that included the crazy traffic!
About 22 (of the 32) of us went on this optional tour/dinner to downtown Naples. Joe, our guide, took us on a walking tour of the Spanish Quarter (Quartieri Spagnoli, according to Wikipedia, was "created in the ...
We Found Our Summer Spot!
First stop of the day was in Capri. This gorgeous island is off the shore of Naples, where we docked, then took a boat to the island. A chairlift took us up to the top of a hill, where we took a short guided tour before being allowed to wander on our own for a while. We headed up to Giardini di Augusto, a beautiful garden overlooking the sea. I even was able to see my Italian cat (I’ve managed to ...