How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Castrocielo
... so luckily I still have six weeks left! I keep reminding Amanda of that fact and I think she's getting close to punching me in the face! ;) I just finished packing. It took me longer than normal because I wanted to check every corner and pocket to make sure I'm not bringing home any pet lizards! I was sure one snuck into my luggage, but I think I'm good (I hope!). I have Italian MTV on in the background. They love their rap, but the videos are hilarious! I don't know if ...
... applying tons of sunscreen, I still burned my skin. The sun is so intense out here! I know, champagne problems! We later made our way into town to walk around and have some dinner. While the hotel and beach are gorgeous, the actual town of Gaeta is definitely not as nice. The people we have met, however, have been incredibly friendly. Tomorrow is our last day; the weather is supposed to be perfect so I'm definitely looking forward to ...
... and shells in it? Not sure what they were trying to do, but it was pretty funny! We had dinner out on this large terrace and there was the perfect breeze! Joe and I argued over the pronunciation of the Australian city of Melbourne (I'm right!) and we had more gelato. Finally going to bed early tonight; all these late nights plus the sun are catching up to ...
... places with Mrs World Glamour sitting in the court-yard wearing about $100k of jewellery and designer clothes below the grape-vines and bougainvillea with a couple of fat spoilt kids sucking disgusting rich chocolate drinks while Mr Debonair studied the Wall St Journal
above a lavish breakfast of bacon, larks' tongues, quail-eggs easy-over, mushrooms, a little black truffle, and some French-toast, with some hand-squeezed pink grape-fruit juice perfectly iced and chilled, and ...
Our morning started early, 5.30am to be exact. We had to get ready for our tour that started at 6.45am. It also stated a bit stressful because I thought I hadn't confirmed the trip properly but all was good. The mini van rocked up at about 7am and we were on our way. We started on the highway towards Napoli driven by Andrea our tour guide. It was a small group and we drove south as he explained the land and history of the areas. ...