Agriturismo Ca' Baccan
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the place was full of tourists, the wait staff were pleasant, the food more than acceptable and the prices reasonable. Lunch was a much more pleasant experience than dinner last night. We had another wander after lunch and went back to one of the shops we had seen something we liked. We bought a couple of pieces from there, glass tray and a couple small souvenirs for the boys. The lady in the shop was a bit taken by the boys and told us she was half Thai and half Malaysian ...
... person walking it and everyone was driving by in their vehicles laughing and saying keep going! It was such a steep long trek a group of dogs came with us and led the way all the way up the mountain! Melissa had the worst blisters that are literally her whole ankle on each side and she managed to make it good girl! When you got closer to the top you had to pay to see inside the crater and the most amazing view of Naples. It was sand at that point and ...
where we met up with our local guide, Nicoletta, a tiny, slim,
elegant older lady who took us through crowded streets to many sights
but especially the Spanish Stairs and the Trevi Fountain where we had
to push our way through to throw our two coins in, one to return to
Rome, the second for love, and a third if you wanted a divorce. The
next highlight was the Pantheon – two thousand years old and still
being used. The centre ...
... but there is no way I could et all of this. I share my potatoes and some eggplant with Gary & of course there is the green salad. I am so glad I only ate one Grissini stick while we waited for our meal. Gary says his Ravioli is divine and finishes off his meal with a Tiramisu. We can hardly move but slowly make our way back to the hotel, hoping that we can some how digest all this food by the time we are ready for bed. An end to a beautiful day in Venice !!
... a half looking for the place. I am a typical guy and have a hard to asking for direction. Asking for directions becomes even more difficult when there is a language barrier. But I still asked for directions and the guys pointed me in the right direction. Within 15 minutes I had arrived at my hostel. Once settled I took a shower and headed out on the town. I've never seen many tourist in my life. Tour groups were everywhere!! After 5 minutes of leaving my hostel I ...