Hotel Ristorante Zi Carmela
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... attempted to get do some booking for my upcoming long weekend trip, but the internet was so bad I spent two hours on it and got nothing booked. I finally gave up and resorted to finishing homework before bed. Tomorrow's its back to classes and reality and hopefully I'll get to an internet cafe so I can get something done. It's been a long weekend so time to get some sleep! Buona note e baci dalla Due ...
... of what driving in Mexico City must feel like.
Driving into Paestum you initially see only the ruins of one Greek temple very near the road. Your first thought.....Is this it? Once in the park you realize it is so much more! We were blown away by the enormity of the ruins and the wonder of how this Ancient Greek civilization were able to construct the stadiums, columnar buildings and coliseums with such precision. The sheer size alone not to mention all of the ...
... moved into a hotel just around the corner. We had the two of them for dinner one night which was fun. Also Friday night was the final night for all of us here, with Sue and I starting our journey to Northern Italy and Deanna and Cheryl going to Rome for a few days before heading home to Australia, so we all had dinner together at Café Positano one of the local restaurant.
What has been interesting during our stay here is how things have started to open up. ...
If the Amalfi Coast isn't on the "1000 places to see before you die" list, it should be. Today, we hired a private driver, Michael with monettitaxi, to take us to see The Amalfi Coast. He picked us up at the hotel in a black Mercedes sedan (much larger than most cars here). The Amalfi Coast road is a twisting, turning, sometimes one lane road, right along the cliffs and the water, that is best left to the locals to drive. The towns are a collection of buildings ...
... we decide to visit Villa Cimbrone. The gardens and villa are lovely, perched right on the edge of the cliffs, like so many places here. We’re amazed at the houses and roads that are cantilevered off the cliffs here, looking down from these places is a little disconcerting. Hungry we find a nice garden bar for lunch & order pizza ...