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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ought to seriously consider offering stupid boarding: you have to be at the departure gate an hour beforehand then we all get to endure more time to hear how the rules don’t apply to you and your ridiculously oversized carry-on suitcase. It also gives the baggage handlers ample opportunity to chuck out your hold luggage onto the tarmac, so you can waste your time picking up your strewn underpants while the rest of us board in peace to leave when we were supposed to. I ...
... and Benedetto Cairoli). Excellent deals (e.g. in August 2009, 3 kilos of eggplant for €1). 40°51.34'N 14°15.95'E Torretta Market (Mergellina) - 9-1 every day, Viale Antonio Gramsci near the water, covered market with food and clothes. Fiori (Flower) Market - from dawn to 8 AM in the moat around Castel Nuovo; mostly frequented by street vendors who then resell them to people at more reasonable hours (but with a markup). Porta d'Alba ...
... happened on June 27th, 1544, when Sant' Andrea saved the town from an attack from pirates by stirring up a wild sea strom. The religious procession is solumn and beautiful. A large silver bust statue of Sant' Andrea is carried down the steps of the Duomo of Amalfi, in a procession through the streets of town and down to the Marina Grande beach where a blessing is said to all the harbor and boats (that blow their horns to ...
... made the tour by car of the Bay of Pozzuoli, Baia. Full of small stops, where Vincenzo likes to rest or meet and talking with friends.
The sight of his house is GIGANTIC; still in construction: he was spirited to a sink custom-made during my 3 days on-site, but he managed to cook excellent dishes. Me, I'll admit, I got sick, a shot of cold and I have to take a ...
... the market on the way and I decide to buy a bottle of Melone Liquor that we had tried in San Marino. Sorrento is famous for their Limoncello but Carol did not like it when we tried it so I forego the Limoncello for the Melone. We continue to walk and the restaurant is much further than we thought but we do find it. When they come to ask about drinks, I ask about the house wine which just says 5E but not how much wine you get. She says it is a whole bottle so we ...