Villaggio Turistico Baia Serena
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... return to our cars on the lower deck. It ...
... streets, the four lane freeways that suddenly reduce to one, traffic lights that are ignored, crazed scooter riders that buzz like bees around a hive and above all battered fiats driven by death wished, testosteroned young and old Italians alike - Signor's eyes, adapted to the perils of the surroundings, like a chameleon, now look independently left, right, up, down, sidewards and every which way. Driving a motorhome through Napoli is not for the feint hearted. ...
... bus tour, the couple in front of us were from.... WINNIPEG. Haha, Winnipeggers are everywhere, love it! Oops I digress (yes I am still scatter brained.
We passed the volcano Vesuvio, which last erupted in 1944. There are many towns in the "red zone" around the volcano which is still active and could erupt at anytime.
Once we arrived in Sorrento, its unfortunate to say the rain followed us from Naples. Sorrento has ...
... that spoil my moment. I sit on the road edge barrier with a cliff on one side, and a busy road on the other… and a spectacular panorama laid out in front of me, pull out my guitar, and enjoy an unforgettable concert gazing out at the sun setting over the Sorrento cliffs.
Some people honk as they pass—I’m assuming as a way of congratulating me for choosing such a strange and magical place for ...
... changed quickly. We found the Circumvesuvium easily a couple of floors down from the train station. We bought our tickets for Sorrento and waited on the platform. To our surprise, it was more like an above-ground subway than a train – packed and squeezing by growling lady who refused to move from in front of the door and cussed me as I squeezed past her to get inside. It was very ...