Villa Luisa Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Pozzuoli are, during the day, quintessentially Italian in that they are berserk, anarchic and maddeningly confusing. Added to this the hire car had a manual gearbox, which given that Italians drive on the right hand side of the road, meant that Peter (a man who spent nearly all his driving life in the UK preferring an automatic transmission) had to change gear with his right hand. As if this isn’t enough to deal with the road signs are designed to be baffling and ...
Since there are no streets, there are no busses, but there are boats that shuttle people back and forth along the Grand Canal. We started at our hotel, the stop is just a few feet outside the door. The ticket machine wouldn't take bills or our credit card, so we road a few stops and tried another machine, whoops, no machine. Got on another boat to the Rialto bridge stop, and went to the ticket office. Her computer ...
... Fresh fish/shellfish, fruits, vegetables, and assorted other foodstuffs. Off Via Nicola Fasano, a couple blocks north of the Tempio di Serapide, 40°49.7'N 14°7.1'E. Especially popular on Sunday (probably because all the other shops are closed!). Monterusciello Market - Wed morning, food, clothes, and other goods, between Monterusciello Sud and Nord exits. (Driving directions courtesy of David Hunter: from the N, take Monterusciello Sud, turn L ...
... more to come) was a huge hit with the kids. I got my favorite limone flavor (brings back memories from our last time in Venice in 1997), Elle and Leah also got limone, and Ethan got cantaloupe (yummy!).
Back to the apartment for much needed showers and then bedtime. All the kids spent time journaling about their day and we all hit the sack. Ethan asked specially for 20 minutes every night of our trip to write about his ...
... who, in the Italian folklore, is "an old woman who fills children's socks with candy and presents if they are good or a lump of coal or dark candy if they are bad. Being a good housekeeper, many say she will sweep the floor before she leaves. [...] She is usually portrayed as an old lady riding a broomstick through the air wearing a black shawl, tattered patchwork dress, tattered shoes and is covered in soot because she ...