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- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... It was hot and hardly any wind. We had a tour around the island in a small boat before getting onto the island and having a taxi ride to the top in these weird open top taxis. Lunch was at the top before a cable car ride to the bottom and a ferry ride home. It is a beautiful place.Tonight we are out again to a fancy restaurant(60 Euros a head) and so it had better be good. Besides the scenery, these must be some of the most narrow, winding and dangerous roads that we have ...
... Cross the Light is On) - thank goodness they were cooking on gas. We did have a laugh though! Romantic Bill then stunned everyone by giving Judy and Sandra a lovely Murano bracelet which he had bought from Venice. Can't wait for tomorrow to see what he gets next!! Back up for coffee and you guessed it - limoncello! We also managed to nick some chocolate Easter egg from the breakfast bar. Hotel and staff great. Then off to ...
... beautiful. Mrs ness bought a lot of Limoncello. Us girls bought a lot of linen clothes at the markets which were very beautiful. When we finished our shopping almost a whole hour earlier we walked around the markets and saw small children singing and dressed up as shepherds and Virgin Mary. A shop keeper told us that it was the dark festival in preparation for Easter Sunday. We had dinner at a restaurant and all headed off to bed for a good night ...
... br> Whilst we did enjoy Pompeii we found it terribly difficult to work out what things were. The supplied audio guides weren't very helpful, and we soon realised how much more we would be enjoying it if we had a guide such as Agnes who had explained the Colosseum and Roman Forum so well to us a few days ago. We managed to tag along behind a couple of organised tours and listen to ...
... could fit his long, narrow feet!!! :) Surprisingly the line to the grotto was short and we were on a rowboat in no time. The boats hold 4 passengers. I had to snuggle up to another couple on one side while Matt straddled the tour guide on the other. We had to lie down flat while entering the cave and were awestruck when the fluorescent aqua hues appeared. It was then time to bus hop our way back ...