Agriturismo Zio Cristoforo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to China finally arrived. By this time the lads where keen to clip the nose bag on once more and so with a somewhat cursory glance around the narrow lanes and steep stairs shy Shayne, who has a knack for spotting these things, eye balled a lovely terraced outdoor setting where we settled down with a few dew encrusted 500ml Peroni's and a simple traditional Italian late lunch. My ravioli went down very well with the porcini mushrooms particularly rubbery, just the way I ...
... areas and tall type units, the first impressions is of a tired and run down place, as we clear the city the highway traffic lessons and the speed increases and it's not long we can see through the haze the distant mountains.......we arrive at Lake Como and the profile and size of the local hills are impressive all shading and sorrounding the lake, we reach our hotel and it is right across from the water ...
... street we took a chance on an empty restaurant called The Rodrigo. Between the 12 of us, we almost ordered every dish on the menu. Everything was great. We passed around the penne with pesto, the lake fish, cabernera, gnocci pompodora, and several other samples. It was a great meal that we had stumbled upon. There was was much merriment as we walked back to the house and despite having no plans then next day, we all headed straight for our rooms to sleep. ...
... Torre Orsaia is located some two and a half hours south of Sorrento, past Salerno in the Cilento Mountains off the A3 motorway.
Upon arrival, Cesar and Iliana seek out the community offices and we wander around the pretty village. Distinct from all the other visits we have made, this is totally un-touristy. There isn’t even a hotel in the place. We ...
... site and there were lots of interesting features which the information lady circled on a map for us. We also had an audio guide and picture booklet made things easy enough to go it alone. We struggled at times with the map, but got the hang of it after a while. Trouble with the guided tour is they are mostly too many people and every stop off is a jam. We always tried to be ahead of a tour and just close enough to ...