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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... just too convenient? Still gives me shivers as I remember the experience.
Step 4--Back into heat--either the pool or Steam Room.
Step 5--Back into cold. This time we tried the Snow Grotto. A glass walled room where it snows and the temperature is very cold. You have to wear your pool shoes into the room so that your feet don't stick to the floor and you'd better think twice before you sit on the ...
... as I was actually choosing fish with a two-hatted chef to design and prepare a birthday feast for my beloved. Rock n' Roll Romantic or what??
Aaron, and I had a budget of 60 Euros (10 per person) to buy all of the ingredients for this feast. We spent 50 of these Euros just on the seafood - squid, prawns and snapper. Luckily fresh produce is cheap as in Europe and we got all of the vegetables, bread and extras for 10.5 Euros!! Not bad.
I threw ...
... versions of cocktails in which case I should ask first.
Thunder and lightening kick off outside and we have ourselves a proper storm. The last one we had was in Split but it was late at night and so didn't disrupt our plans. I tune into 2GB to listen to the game. Kick off is 8pm AEST but as usual they are running late. I decide to see if I can live stream the game onto my iPad and I download the NRL app (which takes forever), fill out all the ...
Today we arrived a a new stay called Amalfi.
And this place is crazy because there are buses, cars, motobikes just driving past and they would get so close and it looks like you would crash.
We walked around the town of Amalfi coast.
And we also spent most of our day at the rocks by the beach.
We were playing hide and seek it was so much fun.
And Zara and Jordan hoped In the water and ...
... and not lava. Turns out the town is only three miles from Mt Vesuvius and the gas cloud on eruption was travelling at over 150 miles an hour so they were gassed before they knew what hit them! Then the ash fell over a period of time and all trace of the village was lost. Another village is close proximity was buried in lava and as this cooled and set hard the village was preserved, but almost impossible to unearth due to the hardness of the ...