Bonapace Porta Nolana Bed & Breakfast
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Good advice for many occasions, but not to be taken to heart when writing a travel blog. We arrived in Napoli early Wednesday evening directly from Roma, and thus began our blessedly short stay in this disappointing city by the sea. It took us only 10 minutes to walk from …
... the reason Pompeii was destroyed, and to be walking through a place that used to be a city. It was so well preserved that seeing either body casts or just thinking about how people lived there lives was really right in front of you.
However, my friend and I really enjoyed our time out and it was a good blend between doing something active and yet educational at the same time. While sad, it really was interesting and cool to see such an ...
... et "ultra à visiter", ou à ne pas manquer avant de retourner en Asie ...
J'ai le temps de visiter Amalfi , ou plutot un périmètre restreint car les pentes et la pluie, tout autour ,freinent ma curiosité..De plus, J'ai mon sac a dos de 20 kg ou presque sur mes épaules menues.
La cathédrale est atypique et je comprends vite que c'est un lieu incontournable par les tours opérators touristiques.
Je reprends un bus , il me pousse un peu plus ...
... shows all the stops. Surprise, surprise, we had 34 stops before our destination. There was no such thing as an Express train to Sorrento. We had been scammed! We laughed as we realized we could have saved 10Euros but it was a small price to experience another exciting adventure:-). Also a small price compare to some other scam we know of ;-)
We arrived in Sorrento about 1:15hr later. I had the ...
... many souvenir stalls that were near the entrance to the ruins. Everything was expensive so we kept spending to a minimum.
We reached Sorrento mid-afternoon where we boarded mini buses for a tour of the beautiful Amalfi Coast to the picturesque village of Positano. Positano used to be a sleepy fishing village, it is now vibrant and alive. I loved Positano ...