Bonapace Porta Nolana Bed & Breakfast
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... fiat is manual so naturally we attempt to change gears with the left hand, except there is a door, not the gears. Everything is opposite but I was very proud of both of us this time, we kept our cool towards each other and supported instead of freaked. Was a good 2 hour drive to Pompeii down the autostrada, and we understood the road a bit better this time, although Steve drove like a nana instead on a maniac.
... serif; line-height: 18px; ">My tired feet walked up the pier and I gazed at the coast. Twelve days of backpacking and I actually made it to a place that was off the beaten path. There were few tourists. It was a calm, warm, and sunny day. I wandered around the coast for a while, and ended up hiking up the treacherous roads. The scenery was amazing. I just kept walking alongside the cliffs. I walked until I got blisters and I didn't want to turn back to Amalfi. So ...
... 8217;s too late… the countdown comes, and the champagne is sprayed everywhere…
But for some reason, I don’t get this feeling of excitement and celebration that I felt in, say, Independence Day celebration in Turkey. I almost get the feeling that people are here because it’s the "thing to do"—not because they’re really excited about anything. Even as the band plays upbeat tunes, I only see a handful of ...
... tried to help us. She was apologetic about her English – even though it was very good – and talked to the frantic train personnel on our behalf. After some translating…she told us that there was indeed a problem at the station north of us – the station where we were supposed to change trains - and that we would have to go south to Aversa – a larger station and try to get a train to our stop in Minturno-Scauri from there.
... in large size cup full and call it Caffe Americana....bless it...that was needed to push down all the heavy potato, 1 square of that giant cheese and that lemon cake cream........yeah, yeah I did eat that...and you know why
A stroll was still needed which was good since we were able to see an Easter procession on the streets..it was a quiet little event singing hymns in low voices.
Enjoy your holiday tomorrow.
Grazie and Bouna Sera!