- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Adult pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we were astounded by the way houses are built into the sides of the cliff - not much flat land in Italy.
The bonus of being there today was that there were virtually no tourists (cannot begin to imagine what it must be like in the peak season) and we were able to sit on the top deck of the ferry on the way "home" which was a lot less choppy and the sun shone. We feel so blessed.
By the way we ...
... behind. And don't want to be all day tapping at my iPhone instead of enjoying my surroundings. I have focused on writing bits and pieces as we go and jotting topics. So the reason for the slow postings. It has been great to be able to Instant message over the Internet with Emma-Jane, Timothy and Nikki. Asking and answering questions with almost immediate response. Of course Skype to Skype video calls are free via the ...
... its original splendor; unlike Pompeii, it was mainly affected by pyroclastic flows, thus preserving the wooden objects such as roof tops, building beams, beds, doors, and even food. Moreover, Herculaneum was a wealthier town than Pompeii, possessing an extraordinary density of fine houses, and far more lavish use of colored marble cladding. The discovery in recent years of some 300 skeletons along the sea shore came as a surprise, as it had been assumed that the town had been ...
... our minds. We had seen plenty of rubbish floating in the still waters in ports such as Malta, in Paris on the Seine, and on some of the city centre beaches which hadn't kept us out of cleaner areas. But on the way back to Sorrento I was on the seaward side, so without the scenery to look at, I was admiring the water... and the steady stream of plastic floating along our path. Don't get ...
... quite happy about meeting Giuseppe.
Later on, the guys in the architect apartment offered to make us dinner, and we spent a couple of hours eating, drinking, and just chatting it up. My mom was caught up on gossip within the group (she loves being in-the-know), and then came the display of embarrassing pictures my dad finds of me on his phone. Damn technology.
On Thursday I took my parents to the ruins ...