Cornio Delle Fronde
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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Woke early slept surprisingly well considering how hot it was!! Went for a swim in the beach we swam at yesterday. Hardly any people at that hour of the morning. Set sail along this beautiful Amalfi coastline, towns built into cliff faces, clear blue water and lots of boats. Stopped in a little bay for a swim and a snorkel - not much to see but beautiful nonetheless. Then sailed around to the Isle of Capri - apparently where the legend of the sirens comes from. The island is just ...
... buildings, such as city hall. Seeing Pompeii was an incredible experience. It was like stepping back in time. There were still tracks in the cement from carriages, ovens, and even people. When excavating the site, the archaeologists would find cavities of people who were trapped in the city. Since it would take ~2 years for the body to decompose it left a mold of how people were positioned when they died. The archaeologists then put a plaster ...
Lazy day. Located point of departure for Duoglio Beach at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon, riding "Julia" from the main pier. Checked the bus schedule for Beth's bus up to Ravello tomorrow morning. Then to the beach for a few hours in the hazy sun. Had a good swim (I go out to the swimming zone barrier; about 150 yards). The saltwater is really ...
... of town and went and parked the car until we were ready to continue on.
We had morning tea at one of the cafés (we went halves in the strawberry tart given that I'm on a diet) and then wandered around the markets.
The weather was great and we had a very enjoyable time.
When we were ready to move on, we rang Stefan who picked us up and we continued our trip to Positano.
The scenery along the way was lovely with views along the coast all the way ...
... etc]. Unfortunately none of them were having sales and Trish felt she could do without the €5,000 purse in Prada’s window.
Palermo [pop ~ 635,000] is a city of crazy contrasts; fascinating old ruins and extravagantly decorated buildings sit next to poverty and eyesores of buildings long dead with just their skeletons providing evidence of a previously grander life; works by European masters on display in ...