Parco Hotel Terme Villa Teresa
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... owner of the rental place rushed out in a boat to meet us with a look of relief on his face. He said the winds blew in unexpectedly and he was glad to see we were okay. His concern was only fleeting though. When I complained about the anchor not working he implied it was my fault and that I was lucky he didn't charge me for the missing anchor. I told him I'd be sure to mention him in my Trip Advisor review of his business and he refunded me some of the money. ;)
... for giving us this opportunity. Our dinner tonight was another Italian feast of antipasto, pizza, pasta and a lemon cake. This area is renown for growing citrus fruit such as lemons and oranges and in particular for making Lemoncello which we also enjoyed at the end of the dinner. I can say that I think I have now eating my body weight in pasta and pizza over the last few days but I am not sick of it yet!! We really enjoyed the dinner and the company ...
... Gimignano. Nice room and bathroom, quiet setting, big pool area. There's a restaurant that's part of the hotel. We paid around 130 Euros per night. Tenuta Torciano: An estate on the grounds of a winery, it has only a few rooms to to stay in. It's in a peaceful setting where you can sit on the grounds and drink a bottle of wine, or play a game of bocci ball. We took a fabulous cooking class here as well. The rooms and grounds do not have a ...
... it reminded her of a lemon flavoured Baileys. Mum found some lemon and orange flavoured chocolate, and oh it was divine! I loved it! Mum bought some for us all to share. We then drove up to Anacapri, another village on the island. We stopped here for lunch, and had free time, so we chose to take the chairlift up to the top of the mountain. The chair lift was a bit scary at first, they were single seats with just a flimsy bar which you could lift up yourself at any time. Once ...
... weather today was stormy, but we put on our rain ponchos and decided to brave the rain. As we tried to enter Pompeii, the winds got so strong that our umbrella broke and flew into a nearby souvenir shop (after which the angry shopkeeper waved his fist and cussed at cheap products made in "Cheen"!!) Anyhow, we spent nearly the whole day here exploring this ancient city and marveling at what we saw.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility