Hotel Villaggio Stella Maris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... you will be craving veggies and protein in no time. Tracie is the most fashionable person I know in Edmonton, the type of person you would expect to see in New York or Milan, so I was glad I brought some half-decent clothes with me so I didn't feel like a complete frumpy mess. Only half a frumpy mess. Our first full day together was off to Capri and what an adventure that was. It is quite touristy and if you only have a day, you are limited to how ...
... Our tour guide was quite entertaining. He had an analogy for both heaven & hell. Heaven would have.... The Swiss-running it, because they are so organised (a lot of bankers & watchmakers). Italian- food English- police officers. German-Cars French- best lovers Hell would have... Italians-running it, because they are totally unorganised. English-Food German- police officers French- cars Swiss- lovers (a bit cold ...
... hostel. Through my walking I didn't grow to think any more highly of the beauty of Naples but I do think the people are lovely and is very culture rich - there wasn't really any sections that I was like yeah these places are designed for tourists. I was at the hostel for about 40minutes changing my coat and packing my bag properly and talking to people on fb then I left for the airport. On the bus ride here I had to laugh at how freeking crazy the traffic is in ...
... Left Luggage”. After having paid 5 euros per bag, we arrived at Pizzeria da Michele’s soon thereafter as it was only a 15 minute walk from the train station. It was approximately 1050 am it was quite obvious they were not open. There were two other pizzerias nearby and it appeared they were in the process of opening. It DID NOT appear pizzeria da Michele’s was opening, so naturally I began to freak out just a bit.
... very reasonable €11, and entrance to Herculaneum is the same. They also do a 3-day 5-site pass, which allows access to Pompeii and Herculaneum as well as Stabia, Oplontis and the Antiquarium of Boscoreale. Considering the pass is €20, even though I only had time to visit Pompeii and Herculaneum, it still saved me €2! I eschewed the audio guide on offer, as I had a podcast version of Rick Steves' Audio Europe walking tour, and intended to use that ...