Bed and Breakfast La Concordia
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... keen, now we definately weren't.
We had a short tour of various sights in the city itself and then it was on to lunch in Pompeii, which is only a short distance away, we sat with two Jamaican ladies from the USA, we were having such a good time and having a laugh, bus tours are great, when one of the other ladies on our tour came up to us and wanted to join our table because we were having fun, it was nice to chat with others on the tour and find ...
... and entering Los Angeles. Unfortunately, there were plenty of graffitied walls to include a governmental building.
If nothing else, Naples has given us a small taste of the next few days. Driving may be a challenge since the aggressive Italian drivers take red lights as a suggestion rather than law and the people seem to be much less patient. In any event, we're excited to see what else Italy has in store for ...
... with plaster. We can now see the positions that people were in at the time of their death. It was quite haunting. Inspired by the simplistic cooking style that we'd been seeing a lot in Italy, we decided to cook a simple pasta dish for dinner made up from some leftovers that we'd been carrying around. We fried some onion, mushrooms and a small amount of chorizo, mixed it through with our cooked pasta and then stirred through some fresh spinach leaves and drizzled it ...
... we prepared for the 30 minute hike to the crater rim, a French lady reached in to her bag and pulled out a telescopic ski pole. Where did that come from? She has just spent the last 17 days cruising the Arabian Gulf and the Red Sea. Why would she have packed something like that? Perhaps the climax of this trip for her is this climb and the beautiful mosques and fantastic weather was just the support act!
Most of us huffed and puffed our way to the top. One ...
Well Florence was great, a much more relaxed place then rome. Easy to get around on foot and the crowds not half as maddening. Tried a little sight seeing out of Florence, but pretty easy to get lost, spent more time driving than seeing anything. Made it to sienna one day,a but we drove around for an hour or so just looking for somewhere to park. Every car park was pull, every man and his ...