Pensione Casa Guadagno
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... in Positano as there basically is no space on the side of the roads.
It was very nice to get home eventually late in the afternoon, shower, put up the feet on the terrace and enjoy 'cool drinks'.
Tonight we walked back down to the port area for a drink and dessert and came back home by 10pm.
We sure have done some kms today.
Phil -the birds were incredible. We have seen shows at zoos and Healesville Sanctuary, but nothing compares to ...
... hell we where I don't know. Whilst she was finally relieving her internal pain and buildup I ordered a beer. Apparently the wee was the biggest of her life. We attempted to converse with the bar man who claimed to not understand me. Finally worked our we could get another bus in 20 minutes to the train station, we had time so what the heck I better have another Peroni. The Amalfi coast was so beautiful and memorable but this story is probably the one we will remember ...
... Heard all about the amalfi coast on our way to positano and the view was amazing! We jump off the bus in positano thinking the hostel is down near the beach front only to hear we are actually located in bum %#^* nowhere all is good we find the hostel and count the steps to the bottom- 809 each way! Definitely will be burning off all the gelato I'm about to ...
... beaches were inferior to Thai beaches, Capri certainly could rival them. It was an amazing island with amazing beaches.
All around a great trip and certainly provided the R & R that I needed to get through the rest of this school year. Enjoy the pics and I would LOVE to travel here with any of you if you come visit. So come on!!
Blessings to you all. Buona Primavera!
... moment of despair can be seen on their faces as well as positions taken as the volcano’s ashes buried them alive.
Interestingly, Pompeii was lost for nearly 1700 years before its rediscovery in 1748 and that this UNESCO World Heritage Site is today one of the most popular tourist attractions of Italy.
With a local guide, we walked through many cobblestone ...