Hotel San Francesco
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... someone was travelling towards us, with a line of traffic behind him so we had to back up the hill. Hair raising! But he did it.
We walked to our last dinner which was at a restaurant down the road. Nothing spectacular, but who was hungry? One of the ladies on tour had written a song for Caroline and Benito which we all sang, to the tune of Carolina in the morning. Five o'clock start in the morning to head back to Rome, so early night for ...
... plate of delicious food. I have to say my first impression of Naples wasn't great as the area by the station is a bit rough around the edges. However by the end of the day it really started to grow on me and I'm looking forward to spending a whole weekend there.
This week: we'll be helping out in the research and development kitchen preparing samples for new products and helping with intake sampling. Fingers crossed for a dry ...
... our way to Montecatini which wasn't very appealing). Fresh salad of cherry tomatoes, baby boccincini, olives and capers, freshly baked panini and fresh pineapple- very healthy lunch topped off by one of my chocolates from Lugano! After another 1 1/2 hours we reach Pompeii after passing Mt Vesuvius and Naples. We have a guided tour of the ruins. It is amazing how intact many of the buildings are after having been smothered in ...
Southern Italy is warm, really warm at this time of year and the tiny island of Capri is a total sun trap. It's also incredibly pretty. And expensive, judging by the boutique shops and the enormous yachts hanging around the place. The boat from Sorrento to Capri sets off just down the road from the hotel, making it very easy to skip across to the island. We were joined once again by our Pompeii guide, Mario, who lead us around the steep and narrow streets waving his hands in the ...
... wisteria and the sea. First we come upon Minori, stop for a bit, but not long, as they are working on their pier. So we continue on, looking for a small private looking beach we had seen from the bus one day. The beach is right before Atrani and luckily, there is no gate and steps all the way down to the beach. There is only one other couple on the beach, so we distance ourselves and enjoy ...