Hotel Punto Azzurro
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... enough wine tastings, Charlie took us to his "cellar" (think man cave) and had us taste his own private wines. He uses grapes from the region and some from Sicily and it really is only for personal use. He is a passionate man and lives for his family and Villa Ida. He will open his casks next Wednesday to see what the 2015 vintage has produced and confessed he won't sleep the night before!! I might add he is ...
... keep those at home more up to date with the means other than the world postal service. I still have to figure out how to top up the UK SIM card I have been very luckily loaned. Need to find somewhere to buy credit vouchers. Our looming problem with data access is that once we return the rental car so to goes the WiFi. It is definitely easier when to click open a phone app as we have yet to locate and purchase a detailed Italy Road ...
... really cool to think that all of these bodies were once rested here. The low budget graves were at ground level and could be piled 6 high, the middle class in the sides of the walls and the rich had there own little rooms with artwork surrounding. Only about an hour tour and didn't get to see a skeleton although I thought I did at one stage. The day was pretty much gone after this and we headed back to the hostel for a rest and then a ...
... drink ? what is your traditional drink mine is whiskey I said beer , Trudy said would you like to have. one with us we buy, ah well if you insist So they ordered 4 limoncello (it's like a liqueur made from lemons)which Trudy seemed to like very much (and so did Carol) we shouted back and headed for home . Just one more thing **** there are a hell of a lot of fathers walking around this place with their daughters Italy that ...
... to be explored, although Italy seems to like to keep them a secret by not using many signposts to show you the way. However, Vesuvius is easier to find as it dominates the land. So climbing Vesuvius, arguably the most famous volcano and peering into its crater before exploring the lava destroyed Roman towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum makes for a fascinating few days. It was still a ...