Hotel Valle Dell'Idro
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... not too many years before Mt Vesuvius erupted in 79AD.
We have had a nice quiet day and have met some lovely couples. One was in the coffee lounge when we got talking to an older English couple (now that’s a surprise, not) who were just so interested in us and our holiday. They shared some of their experiences with us and the four of us had a few laughs together. Splendid. Again at lunch, we ...
... The drivers were a mixture of nationalities but the further east, the more impatient. No wonder the the Mesirah Island ferry off the east coast of Oman is complete chaos. Before the ramp was down the all male drivers started to manoeuvre in the tiny limited space, why? Annie
Having managed to get off the boat without someone hitting us, we drove an hour north, having a lovely roadside breakfast at ...
... evident when coffees arrived for everyone but me. I sought her out and insisted on my coffee and then asked for directions to the toilet. Apparently while I was in the bathroom, she brought my coffee and started thumping with her finger my place at the table - according to the others, indicating where was I and walked away with my coffee. What does it take to get a cup of coffee in this restaurant? Needless to say, I sought her out again and finally ...
... from the tourist information centre....
Gallopili was an island fortress, with only a bridge link to the mainland. The castle was currently not open. However, we enjoyed walking around the walls, hanging onto hat and sunglasses so as not to have them blown away, retreating to the narrow streets when we needed a breather.
Continued along the coastal road towards Taranto. ...
... wind and wandered along the front and through the town. Scattered throughout the village, and especially so closer to the harbour, were some absolutely magnificent homes set in stately gardens. Some still in use, others in need of repair. Quite a surprise given the smaller villages we'd driven through on the way south. Perhaps the extensive marina was the key, crowded with expensive ...