Royal Hotel Montevergine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was nice to hear stories from Zia Rosinella and Ninatta about where they played, who lived there etc. Later on Doriano arrived and we all had a big chat. After this we then went to Dad’s house which Craig and I remembered better. It is more ruined but in much better condition than Mum’s place. It hasn’t sold and not many people live there now. Fuschi looks much changed with the main road going all the way through it now. We had a quick look at the bar ...
... train back to Rome wasn't leaving for 1.5 hours so I splashed out an extra €10 to get a slightly faster train leaving in 20min which meant I would be in Rome 2 hours earlier. With my phone still out of action I had no music to listen to but at least it gave me a chance to catch up on my writing. Once back in Rome I had some time to get some washing done before meeting dave and Michelle for dinner. In this time Deb came to my rescue and told me ...
... Napoli, and tour ancient Pompei, it was well worth it! Our train got back to Rome about three hours ago and I'm about to call it a night because I have a long week ahead, which includes; a project due Tuesday, a mid term exam Wednesday, an Italian final exam Thursday, and then we are heading to Como Friday for the start of the northern tour of Italy which runs from Friday the 21st-28th. I hope all of you back home survived the snow!
... On the site of a small, derelict, chapel in Anacapri, he built Villa San Michele, which once again evolved from a vision. His house and garden were so well preserved...green, lush and interesting to boot. His splendid house overlooks the Bay of Naples. Here Axel Munthe conserved the various antiquities and fossils which he had collected or found on the island, including many Greek artefacts and a couple of sphinxes. This was ...
... buy a couple of items. It's a pity they cost so much to ship home otherwise I would have bought more. The rest of the day was spent lazing on a sun lounge (€6 each) and watching the boats come and go. Only interruptions were having some lunch (Calabrese salad/beef carpaccio), the occasional snooze (more than occasional for Ken) and swims in the ...