Carafa di Maddaloni B&B
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... above. and if there is a door open you can peek into a cool, uncluttered courtyard that shuts out the madness of the streets.
Often mum , dad and baby/toddler was on a moped zooming around, tried to get a photo but were always too quick.
Food and smells and people, always people swarming around. Of course we went the wrong way when we first arrived and ended up by the wharf, pretty gross, not much pride ...
... managed to get us around the long lines waiting to get in. A friend of mine toured here a few years ago and she and her husband got separated from their group and they got lost trying to find their way out. Now that I was here I could easily understand how that happened, as the place is massive! As we made our way through the walkways made from stones, I couldn't help but wonder about the people who walked on these same stones over 2000 years ago.
... they got covered by the ash!
- The brothel - This is actually a huge attraction at Pompeii. It is only a small building with a few rooms but above each door, as our guide pointed out, were the menus. Our guide also found it really funny to point out all the, what he called brothel signs which were Penis's carved into the road and walls pointing in the direction of the brothel. He would have a wee laugh then pull us all over point ...
We Found Our Summer Spot!
First stop of the day was in Capri. This gorgeous island is off the shore of Naples, where we docked, then took a boat to the island. A chairlift took us up to the top of a hill, where we took a short guided tour before being allowed to wander on our own for a while. We headed up to Giardini di Augusto, a beautiful garden overlooking the sea. I even was able to see my Italian cat (I’ve managed to ...
... Camino, the simplicity, the time of prayer and reflection, new found friendships and love, feelings of grief, sorrow, pain, nervousness and anxiety... happiness, joy, being fully alive, love, peace, romance and sunsets, gratitude and blessings, full of hope in the journey ahead, learning to live in each moment not knowing what the future holds... un passo alla ...