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- Minbar in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Continental Breakfast
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Best things about today were the high-speed train from Rome to Naples and the cool and clean hotel Terminus right by the station.
We wondered why the flight back to Rome was listed as being the slightly longer than the train's time... didn't realise the train traveled at close to 300kph for most of its journey. Countryside looks much like that …
... scheduled, we still had some time to walk around the port before going back onboard. We spent some time on our balcony before going to dinner. The evening entertainment was the Princess Production Show "Boogie Shoes", which was a contemporary rock show that took a fun and whimsical look at boots and shoes. It was quite good.
... torturous ride back. We were given a half hour to walk around Sorrento before we were off to our next destination. Our driver informed us that this was the home town of that Italian Captain that was responsible for that tragic ship accident, in which many passengers lost their lives. Sorrento is such a very cute town, I bought myself a nice turquoise scarf there. Learned that some tourists take cooking classes here. Our last lovely city was Positano. The ...
... make this classic Italian liqueur. I really wished that we could have spent more time in Capri or that it were warmer because I thought it was a beautiful and relaxing place.
Italy has been a blast but I am getting tired of travelling and will enjoy going back home to England :)
*Tips from Naples
1. Limoncello is actually pretty alcoholic so when you bring it home for your mom to try, she probably shouldn't try to chug it...
... on construction of the royal chapel designed by Hardouin-Mansart and finished by Robert de Cotte. There were also some modifications in the appartement du roi, namely the construction of the Salon de l’Œil de Bœuf and the King’s Bedchamber. With the completion of the chapel in 1710, virtually all construction at Versailles ceased; building would not be resumed at Versailles until some twenty one years later during the reign of Louis XV (Nolhac, 1911; Marie, ...