Montespina Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... The gaps were uniform so the chariots could be uniform size to cross over okay. (If) the gap is the same - 145cm gap - apparently the same gap between railway lines now.
Sea before eruption was 800m away - post eruption the sea was now 2k because of the huge amount of lava.
Old wine was 50% wine and the rest salt water yummy
We stayed at a lovely 'farm stay' Tenuta Seliano ...
... as woop woop) is a serene untouched "pure italiano" town. Completely non-English and non-touristic the winding streets with many steps and winding stone passageways were filled yummy scents of hot Sunday meals and the sound of melodious church bells. We thus buy a couple of pieces of fruit and decide to tackle a close by mountain which hosts a rather crumbled down castle. So up we went and even the "no trespassing" signs did not deter. We took alternate routes and ended ...
... Our boat guy was hateful and was bossing us around like we were idiots. Excuse me if I picked the wrong day to wear white shorts and don’t want to sit on the sand, water, and muck that came from the feet of some guy in the boat before me. He was getting a little sharp with his tone kind of like when the guy from Silence with the Lambs yelled at the girl in the pit to say, "It puts the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again!" How can ...
... develop in the first place? Let's begin with the basics. Our friends from London and NYC joined us on the Amalfi Coast for a week of R & R. We all agreed that chartering a private boat to sail to and around the Island of Capri, would be a perfect group activity. After a few frustrating phone calls and a number of emails regarding logistics, we were set to be picked up Tuesday morning from Grand Marina by Captain Fernando. Within just a ...
We arrived in Napoli airport, ducked through passport control and grabbed a cheap bus into Piazza Garibaldi. We needed to find Stazione Centrale and get the train down to Sorrento. We got a bit jipped by this man who 'offered' to take us to said train, then charged us €10 for it! Argh. Damn Italians! The train cost €4 for 1 hr ...