Novotel Salerno Est Arechi
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... beautiful red sun slip into the sea. And he invited us to visit his parish in Rome sometime! At 8pm, we had our last dinner with Maria, Joe, Josie & Nick who disembark tomorrow. We heard stories of more shopping exploits, of Salerno's great bargains ("you can never have too many table-cloths") and of excess baggage fees on past trips ($350+). Clearly the ladies haven't learned a thing! We exchanged emails and goodbyes, with hugs and kisses all ...
... Saint Justin (pretty cool), and Saint Stephen (totally unexpected). I was thrilled that this basilica housed the body of Saint Stephen since he is the patron saint of my home church that I have been attending my whole life! He is also the first martyr and a deacon, so it held some significance relating to my dad back at home (the deacon, not the martyr part....).
After seeing the basilica, I walked back through the old walls back into Rome so ...
... this case, write down directions or at least the address of my bed and breakfast. So I was lost, and I wandered to the edge of the ancient district of Matera called Sassi, one of the oldest continuously lived in communities in the world, with history dating back over 30,000 years. It’s thought that some of the first Italians settled there. When my eyes first fell onto this landscape, they couldn’t adjust. It’s got to be the most ...
... attached to it was wandering through the streets shouting happily.Everyone seemed to be really happy in the town.
With the temperature now at 40C, we decided to head back to the site and have a swim. Desperate to avoid the sites restaurant, we opted for toasted ham and cheese sandwiches for dinner.
We would need an early night as the long journey crossing from West to East was scheduled for the next morning.
... can't navigate around the corners when going in the highlands. People come here by boat on day trips from Sorrento and cruise boats. It is more rich people here on holiday. Capri was the port city and the city and Anacapri is the city about 20 minutes away by bus that. It is more up in the mountains than Capri and is a bit smaller. I spent a few hours walking ...