Wednesday, February 10, 2010
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Friday, November 6, 2009
Only 49 Euro by Bus HI-LAND TOUR OPERATOR
Pubblished on 13-Ott-2009
Section TRAVEL INFO
Its great to start your travels through Italy in Rome and work your way around. For most of us, the international flights coming into Italy are usually cheaper if you land in Rome in any case.
Now there's a great way for you to experience and enjoy the south of italy!
From Rome to Naples Hi-Land tours offer a cheap, funny and cool tour by Bus! Cheaper than train.....
The Isole On Line have a great deal for low budget travellers
The tour with the Bus including:
- free pass to all museums of Naples and surroundings for three days.
- free local transportation by bus, metro,train for three days in Naples.
Take a look at our fares they are really good deal..
what are you waiting for...?????
From Rome to Naples eur 49.00 per person
From Rome to Naples and Pompei eur 59.00 per person
From there, why not hop on a ferry and come and experience the Italian island life! Ring Hostel is open 365 days of the year!
Depatures for the buses are as follows:
Choose your best option!
To Book the Tour follow the:Link
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Catch a glimpse of them getting bronzed up under the med sun on their private yacht.
Just visit our website www.ringhostel.com to book your accomodation and join in on the action this summer in Ischia.
Friday, July 31, 2009
Bogle to Lorenzo: " Hey Lorenzo, whats that stadium thing?"
Next day: Bogle to Lorenzo: " Hey Lorenzo, do you know what that stadium thing is over there?"
.... no reply
Next day: Bogle to Lorenzo (a little more impatient now): " Lorenzo, yo, hey, whats that stadium thing down there?"
.... Lorenzo: "Ahh, its a stadium."
'We'll be back soon-ish' :- 'we are not coming back'
Bobby-pin hair clip :- 'a fork for your hair'
Saturday, July 25, 2009
On that occasion, there is a sea parade of figurative boats from the island’s various boroughs and also from Procida, under the Castello Aragonese. The parade ends with a prize-giving ceremony and fireworks.
Closing fireworks display
Place: Castello Aragonese
Date: Domenica 26 July 2009
See link for the festival programme
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Tiny cobble stone streets wide enough to fit scooters and only the smallest of cars, framed by tall 18th century building-walls , so narrow in fact that any pedestrian getting caught around the corner almost "spider's" themself against the curb or dashes for the nearest frontdoor archway.
Now imagine a Piaggio Porter MPV minivan "artistically" maneouvring its way through the streets navigated by a young italian guy (Lorenzo ofcourse), whose skills for driving these streets started from the age of 14.....
These tight corners are no match for this van when it's packed with guests all wanting in on a piece of the action.
If you haven't yet had your chance in Lorenzo's taxi, you don't know what you're missing - it's a tourist attraction exclusive to Ischia!
(For those of you fortunate enough to have had your place in the Ring Hostel green mamba, please feel free to leave your comments, post your photos and videos, and do come back for more of the action)