Dint' a Torre Bed & Breakfast
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... noticed that there were no other boats on the stretch that had been teeming with ships on the way out. We found out later that they had even suspended ferry service that afternoon. On the plus side though, I did see a dolphin jump completely out of the water during the chaos. At first I thought it might have been a near death hallucination but then I saw him again and I'm fairly certain he was real.
As we rounded the final corner into the calm water of Sorrento ...
... Pompeii was the size of the city and the wealth and lifestyle the inhabitants at the town enjoyed. The residences we visited were beautifully decorated and they lived in homes that would be considered quite salubrious even today. I'm still wondering how they built this city over 2000 years ago which included arenas, temples, forums, water supply and sewerage systems. It's just amazing. I was particularly intrigued by some of the the detail in the ...
... they may get a request to reduce the salt content of a product, improve a characteristic such as texture or colour or add a new flavour variation. Roberta and Vincenzo's job is to work out how best to make this change, it might mean adapting the heat treatment process or a new balance of ingredients to improve flavour. Every company in every country that La Doria produce for have their own standards and expectations that the R&D team must ...
... and she did not like them at all.
Had a good breakfast with juice, a large croissant, then a chocolate filled croissant plus tea for Greg and a cappuccino for me, followed by an extra jug with two more cups of cappuccino! I could get very used to cappuccino every morning! And even when I poured it out I made a heart design (pure accident, no barista here!!) This set us up well for the day.
We walked down to the Trenitalia train station for a train to Naples as ...
... It’s a lot smaller town then the famous Pompeii, in it’s day it was thought to be a resort for the wealthy Romans. Herculaneum was destroyed by boiling mud (lava). The mud buried the city and preserved wood, textiles and frescoes while the ash in Pompeii didn’t. When the site was initially excavated they found no human remains so it was thought all the residents escaped, and it wasn't until 1984 that over 250 skeletons were found along ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet