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... to print off (or screenshot) was a map to my hotel, where my pocket wifi was waiting. So I turned my data roaming on literally for two 5 second periods long enough to map my location and screenshot. BAM! $200. Don't do it, people!!! Make your printed copies and let people make fun of you!!!!
I finally arrived at my hotel, Magi House Sorrento and a cheerful Alessandro greeted me with a big toothy smile! He checked me in and then began to give ...
... in front of your nose. The day was saved for Bill however, when he discovered a "new" crash cushion which he got very excited about and had to photograph. Much better than sunshine and a volcano! So we went back to our hotel ( napped ) before taking the shuttle down to town and enjoying dinner in a quaint Italian restaurant - until the power went off! No matter - candles and Judy's iphone for music saved the ...
... first in Chicago, then Frankfurt, before getting to Naples sixteen hours after taking off on the first flight. On the leg from Chicago to Frankfurt, the flight attendant welcomed the group from KOB-TV when she did the usual welcoming of frequent flyer members.
The flights were fairly good—economy plus on the flights from ABQ to ORD and from ORD to FRA. We had a row of three seats to ourselves on the ...
... of marble. The rooms are all decorated in blue and yellow with mosaic tiles on the floors. We have a small private balcony overlooking the olive trees planted on the hill behind the hotel. It’s the beginning of harvest time for the olives so the nets have been opened up under them to catch them as the fall from the trees.
No time to unpack and it’s off to drive the Amalfi coast and a visit to Poisitano. This was definitely one of the ...
You know you are near something good when there are gladiators about!
I have always wanted to go to Pompeii - and here I am. The guide cautioned us a few times to have our expectations in check... it may not be all that you expect - and so I began to wonder what I was in for.
We started in the gladiator training grounds. By the size of the rooms they had they were quite short! ...