Casa Dominova Bed and Breakfast
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... Thank goodness for that! We saw some beautiful patches of
blue water though and heard about the history of the island.
Anacapri, the high part of the island is where the rich people go to
holiday and shop and there is a funicular to connect the upper and
lower parts. More cobbles, more sore feet. At last we had a couple
of hours to look around Sorrento before our last meal (so to speak),
... explicit and we go out of our way, so morris determined walks till he finds hotel and we catch a cab,funnily we arrive at the same time. Accommodation very small but it has a pool, and we really do not intend to spend any daylight hours in it so should be fine 4 people in a room, about the size of my bedroom at home. We go down to hotel restaurant for lunch very simple but fills the spot, then head out to find the port/beach, finally we find it view is amazing. And we ...
... very passionate and the 2 hours flew by. We were both awestruck by the place. Seeing the casts of the bodies dying in agony, including a dog and a boy, was a bit confronting and sad.
Best to let the photos tell the story or I'd be here all day.
Pompeii is staggering. Huge. I had no real appreciation of the extent of the city. Nor did I realise that the towering remnants of Mount Vesuvius are but a third of the size if the mountain ...
Monday morning, up at 5:30, to the Vatican Museum at 7:30, for 3 hour walking tour, viewing
thousands of treasures unlike anywhere in the world. Egyptian, Greek, Truscan and Roman.
The Romans benefitted from all who came before them, and with a well structured political system, with Roman settled colonies in the world as it was then known, and a huge workforce of slaves, they ...
... with everyone on our first pre-arranged tour to Mt Etna. Our meeting point was at the Theatre and various tours were called and dispatched – it’s the greatest show of human nature these things – the people that listen and those that don’t :o)
Still, we found bus 15 and along with ¾ a bus load of our fellow ship mates we drove 2 hours to the summit of Mt Etna through more than a dozen tunnels and with a full commentary by ...