Casa Correale Rooms & Garden
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It's been an early start, 4am, snooze to 4:30 with the brain alarm having to kick in. Was a fairly quick run to the airport with Dixie Dog and Nick so I looked to be in for airport chill time in my favourite Observatory Bar @Manchester T2 however Monarch checkin and security had other ideas, boo. Burton's stag do (featuring all members wearing a Jimmy Bullard T shirt) ...
... were straight on our way to the Amalfi Coast. Apparently every one says that if you are to drive the Amalfi Coast (which they dont recommend you do...) to have a small vehicle and for it to be automatic. Here my father was driving a small manual van....Crazy man I tell ya. He did amazing though!! All throughout the crazy roads and tour buses, he did a fantastic job. There were only a few moments were I had to close my eyes - ...
Our apartment is centrally located, so we could go out for a bit, come back to rest and then head out again. We toured a lemon grove and tasted the local specialty liqueur, Limoncello. It was quite refreshing! Sorrento is also known for its inlaid wood creations (furniture, music boxes) and the boys admired stores with elaborate handcrafted chess sets and tables with intricate designs.
Brett & Steph’s European Adventure- “travel, travel, travel…” I know it's been quite awhile but time again for an installment of our European Adventure newsletter, version 4 for 2012. As Steph sits here listening to the wind whip by the windows of our place, I wonder how the summer flew by so fast?! Brett travelled some for work over the last few months and Steph even had a business trip back to the States. We did, however, ...
... the mariner's compass, Flavio Gioia came from Amalfi. Unfortunately a massive earthquake and tsunami demolished the port and the part of the town in 1343 and Amalfi never regained its importance.
The Cathedral of Amalfi miraculously survived the sackings and earthquake and still dominates the main piazza with its grand staircase and its bronze mediaeval doors, cast in Constantinople around 1060, said to be the first in Italy. The current 1800's facade is ...