Vassallo Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Naples on KLM flight 9:35a.m.: Robin takes picture of sky over Naples, hoping to see plane, wave anyway. 9:35a.m.: Milena cruises in front of the President's villa. In Posillipo area of Naples 11:30p.m.: Ischia 2:30p.m.: Ventotene. sunshine: 78°. Wind 10mph 5:30p.m.: Ponza. Stop for few hours, will go again tomorrow around 4:00a.m. Oct. 4th 12:45a.m.: Lv Ponza. Wind. E12 (Very Choppy at anchor). at sea: wind: E8 1:01a.m.: Diane and Jim arr. ...
We stood on the top deck of our ship and I pointed to a castle in the sky.
"Let's go there," I said to Steven.
And without directions, map or plan we were off.
A wide street turned into a narrow one as we scaled the side of a hill. When the street ended we found a crumbling grey staircase and climbed it's many steps through bends and turns, orange groves and cliff-tops. ...
... slides, stuff with ricotta mixture and closed it with a toothpick. Pour into the flour , into beaten eggs and for last into breadcrumbs. Deep fry in vegetable oil. Crocche’ di patate ---------------------- 4 mid to large sized /1kg. Potatoes 2/3 eggs (white and yolk separately) 100 gr Parmigiano Salt Pepper Parsley (optional) Vegetable oil to fry Bread crumbs Mozzarella or cheese or smoked provola Salami chopped (optional) ...
... back to the station and figured out that the crazy mass of taxis were actually ordered to take passengers from a line so I joined the line and got a cab just as it started pelting down with rain. The guy dropped me off in the dingiest bloody street and then asked for €20 even though the meter said €14.50 and the instructions said it should be €10.50 - I questioned it but he have me excuses so I just gave him a 20 so I could get out of the rain and hopefully into my ...
... next to me who says it is, and we get on. The girl comes to sit with me; she's from Mexico, and she's now near the end of three months backpacking around Europe. She's had experiences like mine in Bari but worse, and agrees it's just part of travelling. We get to what appears to be the middle of nowhere but is actually Napoli Centrale and get off. She's meeting a friend, and I head off to find the metro then my hostel. The metro is much harder here than Athens, ...