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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our dive time not until 11:30 and the luxury of staying in a hotel two nights in a row, we managed a nice sleep in until 9am or so before heading up to a breakfast of meats, cheese, toast, and much to Andy's delight, custard or nutella filled croissants. Being a little late, we kept the breakfast lady working a little longer with a cappuccino, an …
... residents you have to try and get tuned into the, dialect heavy, mangled Italian the natives gabble. There is an endless amount of exploring right on the doorstep, food is delicious, fresh and cheap as is the vino. Who would have thought a couple of ageing renegades would end up somewhere so idyllic?
LK: Passing days in a calming, airy apartment, listening to the buzz of humanity beyond the open windows, supping delicious cocktails on the terracotta roof ...
... there is often parking along the water), 40°49.96'N 14°13.9'E "Theives' Alley" (Mercato Duchesa) - M-Sat 9-7:30. Clothing, sportswear, electronics, furnishings. Large commerical area just Northwest of Piazza Garibaldi. "Shoe Alley" (Mercatino Poggioreale) - Fri-Mon 7-2; closed Aug; more crowded after 11 and on Sun. Shoes, clothing, material. Via Marino di Caramanico/Via del Macello in Poggioreale, north of the Gianturco metro stop (also near ...
... large wide avenues, the city is divided into 4 architectural styles.Buildings are more diverse but less clean c than its competitor, Rome, located by far, 220 km to the North.
I am surprised by the wealth of cafes and tea rooms, in classic style with a rococo touch, which have nothing to envy to salons pastries of Vienna in Austria.
... with whomever........ 4. What did you get in most trouble for when you were young? Tone, tone, tone....I still am told I am an open book and people can tell by my facial expression and tone how I feel. Mom always said " its not what you say but how you say it, Stephanie". Guess I am still learning this. I suspect it was my strong personality and desire to control things, "my way" that always caused me the most problems and ...