La Tonnara Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Be sure and stop by and see us if you’re eve back here in Frignano” I’m told. 1164. Sprint to the Finish (Italy 141) San Marcellino, December 27, 2011 Day 065: 1 hour, 1.0 kms It’s getting dark as I head on south to my next town, along a busy little Main Street and then up a side street to a little plaza where I have a peaceful strum. I’d better start looking for a way to get back to Napoli pretty soon. 1165. Bonus Town by ...
... away since our first order of business was to purchase the boxes we needed. As soon as we got our number we realized that post offices generally will only allow purchases with cash and we were running quite low on Euros at the moment so I decided to run out to find an ATM so that we could purchase and ship the boxes without any financial problems. You would think that it would be easy to find an ATM somewhere close to a major building like the main post office in a ...
... then shortly after we heard a smashing scraping sound - our bus driver had hit the side of a tiny 3 wheel car and knocked off the side mirror. A lot of shouting and manoeuvring later, we set off again, our bus driver looking even more like he was going to blow a gasket... One last pizza for dinner topped off by a gelati was the prefect ending to our time in Sorrento - a town we will fondly ...
... descent down the 230 steps and meet Letizia part way down. She takes us to the apartment and as we get near, Paul begins to panic. I wish there is something I can do for him, but these are demons he must battle himself. It takes a while, but he is successful descending the rest of the stairs and arrives at the apartment. Letizia gives us the tour, explains some important things, like recycling which is very big in Italy, the use of the wash machine and a few ...
... to find the hotel we were in. We had to be very careful when crossing the roads though. Unlike Australia or England the drivers there are crazy. The drivers would swerve all over the place and never give way. They would do all kinds of stuff to get in front of the traffic. The drivers there made the drivers in Australia look like professionals. When we got to where we were staying mum said, " This is where our adventure really ...