Royal Hotel Montevergine
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... media side ...so one and half hours later I have a website set up and 3 days on it ....and a crash lesson on "how to" ...we will see !! Race off to dinner taking Andrew and Margo to the .Mediteraneo restaurant for some frivolity with Pietro and his guitar ...loads of vino rosso later and the best red squid ever !! Great night and the kids are off at 1AM to Salerno for there next adventure ...Croatia ...lucky them !! So it ends up a pretty big night ...but always ...
... eight years ago! Outside of the home, civilised society was well underway with evidence of shops leading along the Main Street, including a bakery featuring a bread oven similar to the pizza ovens that are in existence all over Italy today. The gymnasium showed pictures of people exercising and also a separate bathing area, including a smaller bath for relaxing. A favourite part among the group, and indeed Chris, was the brothel! A ...
Caught the tour bus at the bottom of the square at 8 am. Bus started 1/2 full, but took on more clients as we progressed. Ended up full. Drive along the coast road is hair-raising. It was dark when we came in from the airport so we missed the drama. Big motor coach takes upend rivers some warning of oncoming traffic; a toot of the horn alerts other drivers and 1-1/2 lanes; more when it has to swing wide on the ...
... days now in the high 20's which is a bonus for all - especially a sun worshiper I know. All the tourist stalls, along the ruins route it would go for 2000 metres, are flogging junk. We do have some very good (in fact life saving) tart lemon granita and also pick up valuable info for our charge on the ruins site first thing in the morning. Also trying to sort the best way onto our next destination. This travel business needs one eye on the current game and another on the ...
... their breakfast of bread and cheese or maybe some vegetables, healthy lot these Romans!
At midday, they would wander along the street to one of the tavernas of which there were numerous (we saw a couple of dozen at least); these were marble counters built around large clay pots from which hot meals were served with flatbread. Romans didn't eat out though - they collected a meal and took it back home where Ma Roman was busy ...