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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... and get ready for 9:00pm where I received my Year 12 results. It was a nerve racking hour before getting them and I definitely had more than my fair share of mini meltdowns and nerves, but at 9:00pm when I logged on I was pleasantly happy and surprised, not to mention proud that after all the obstacles of school over the past 13 years I was finally done and had achieved outstanding results! When I showed my Aunty and Uncle my Aunty nearly screamed the ...
... town too. We visited Notturno Intarsio, a handmade maker of beautiful inlaid wood items, gorgeous tables, cabinets, picture designs, etc. These were real works of art and all done by hand, not with automated machines. From Sorrento, we drove further down the Amalfi Coast, with gorgeous views. Homes are built on the scenic mountainsides, with breathtaking views of the Meditteranean. We stopped for dinner at a wonderful restaurant and later we ended ...
... shop fronts, bathing houses, massage rooms, lots and lots of ancient ruins. Of course we also saw the plaster casts of two bodies that were caught up in the eruption. It was very, very hot but the guide's explanations were really good and until John wanted to see the brothel, the guide (Caesar) managed to keep us away from the worst of the crowds. Funny that that place would be so popular! Pompei was amazing and much, much bigger than we thought it would be. We grabbed ...
... for me is Positano. The town drip down the mountside before spilling into the sea, a harmonious mix of pastels and whites against the blue of the sky and sea and the greens and greys of the mountains.
I liked it. A lot. We ended our day at the coast by having lunch (around 3pm) at a restaurant high up the hill with views that are burnt into my memory. As it's Edi's birthday it was appropriate to be eating on a mountain top. Cheers Edi if you read this.
... promenade at the waters edge, and the water is easily accessible. We walked this, from one end to the other, ending up in some markets before going to the Piazza del Duomo which is the focal point of the city with its amazing 9th century Cathedral. Though the original facade collapsed and so what we see now was rebuilt in 1891. There are 62 steps leading to the bronze doors which are the earliest in Italy of Post ...