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... that was rescued from abandonment in the early 1900s by Lord Grimthorpe from Yorkshire. He came to this part of Italy in an attempt to recover from a serious depression following the early death of his wife, and fell in love with Ravello. As a consequence he purchased and restored Villa Cimbrione, creating a fabulous garden, heavily influenced by English designers such as Peto, Lutyens and Jekyll. Lord Grimthorpe ...
Today Gian took us to another popular tourist attraction, Ravello village. A long drive up the mountain, around the narrow roads but definitely worth it! Again, beautiful views that look out over the many vine yards, lemon trees and out to the sea, stunning gardens, historic buildings, cobbled streets and cute little shops. This is a ...
... make their way past us. We spot our friend from Cairns, Adam Hansen, who rides for the Lotto Belisol team from Belgium, he recognises us and comes back around after sign on to talk with us. Adam is such a gentleman and always make time to chat with you, he is looking lean, fit and well muscled and is looking forward to doing the treble again this year, that is the Giro, the TDF and the Spanish Vuelta- a mighty effort, he was the only rider last year to ...
We forgot to mention that on our arrival we were greeted with a beautiful 12 inch fruit pastry made
by our host. Chery ate one small slice but Chuck thoroughly enjoyed the rest.There may be other things of particular interest to us that may be out of sequence but we will include them as we recall them.
After a breakfast of bacon and eggs, we made our way back to Ravello. We made ...
... some preserved bodies. Over all I loved the volcano and didn't find Pompeii to exciting as most of it was destroyed.
We went to Mount Vesuvius on Wednesday, 30 May 2012. In Mount Vesuvius there was tree's, plenty of rocks and grass. It explodes every 50 years and it is the most dangerous volcano in the world because it is the closest volcano to houses and people. 2,000 years ago the town of Pompeii ...
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