Villa Luisa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... Gucci, Prada, and Chanel. Something that was nice to look at but not to touch!
We walked back to the Rialto Bridge where we found a restaurant to have a drink. It was so relaxing just sitting next to the Grand Canal and people watching. I bet your wondering if we went on a Gondola ride! Well, no we didn't. I saw them and was very impressed but I think I'll save my 100€ and put that towards something else. It was so overpriced for what it was and ...
KK: Pozzuoli is a short train ride South and West of Naples, essentially a fishing village that has sprawled out around a magnificent bay and up into the surrounding hills. From the roads that plummet down towards the sea the view is heartbreakingly beautiful. The locals are either charming, chatty and friendly or insufferably nosey depending on your how you choose to view the world. There was once an English speaking community around here but it has all but vanished so to interact ...
Jimmy was singing a song the other morning as we rode along. Not unusual, there's often a pleasant stream of babble coming up from the trailer behind, and it sometimes ( read: usually) takes me a while to take appropriate notice. This can result in unnecessary amounts of nutella face, for example, or a delay in turning around to pick up whatever priceless toy got recently hurled onto the roadside. Often it's just a crescendoing request for water or two gummi- bears, or ...
... Mon-Sat 8 to 2. Fruits, vegetables, clothing, household goods. Via Luca Giordano, a few blocks west of Piazza Vanvitelli (on Line 1 or Funicular), leading to Largo Antignano and Piazza degli Artisti. 40°50.62'N 14°13.7'E Antique Market - On weekends 8-2; see website for which days (typically 3rd weekend of the month). southern side of Villa Communale Park (take funicular or Metro line 2 to Piazza Amadeo and walk south--if coming ...
... The line for St. Peter's Basilica was so long, and it was so hot and humid, we decided to skip it. As we were deciding what next to do, a man approached us (worked for the Venezia something or other and had a badge) and offered us free transport via private water taxi to and from Murano, the glass making island, and a glass blowing demonstration with no obligation to buy. We were very skeptical, but after confirming that everything would be free, ...