6 Small Rooms B & B
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... However, it is still worth a visit as the buildings and atmosphere within the town are interesting. One famous shop there is Andrea Pansa, started in 1830, which sells wonderful cakes and chocolates. We bought our morning tea there and had it on the balcony of the Cathedral – see photo.
After going through the Cathedral and wandering around the town, we had a light lunch at the Taverna degli Apostoli which is actually under ...
Woken up at 7am by the church bells! Getting very used to this in Italy!had breakfast in the lovely breakfast room of the hotel and decided we would stay in Amalfi today rather than explore further out. Walked up the Amalfi hill to see what we would find. Went into a limoncello making shop and the owner described everything that he had. To avoid buying anything we made a quick exit! Went down ...
... many pics. Hot, hotter, hottest for sure. Hotter than the pyramids in Mexico City or ruins in Central America in my opinion. It is a big town for 20,000 Romans....can't even walk it all. AD79 Vesuvius blew.....all but the roofs survived. The art is the best until the Renaissance they say.
Naples was pretty. Rode a high speed train back to Rome and took our first walk ...
... the peninsula of the Gulf of Naples. On the way we passed a bikini beach, which our guide Antonella explained was now out of fashion. The joke she made was now calling it a "tri-kini" beach (hat, sunglasses and sandals). Our tour guide, Antonella, told us of the saying, "Visit Naples and die," meaning that the city is the most beautiful you could ever see. But now, because of the traffic, the meaning ...
... Past the explorers roads (Marco Polo, Christofo Columbo). Once we left Rome it became remarkably rural quickly. We drove along the Appian Way which pleased our sense of history.
When we found the sea, we drove along it on (not brilliant but beautiful) roads to the south, getting hotter and more arid as we went. The plants changed a lot as we drove, becoming more cactus/ succulent types. Some parts of the road were really high, giving ...