La Nuit Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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... stops at the autogrills ( a bit like large diners). The food is generally disgusting, coffee half warm, thousands of people, queues and awkward systems for ordering and paying. As we approached Naples we got good views of Monte Cassino- a famous World War Two wartime battle fortress, and also Mt Vesuvius. We also saw many slums and hundreds of multi story apartment buildings. It was hard to marry this with the luxurious accommodation we were to shortly see as ...
... of our hotel we played on the beach and swam and we saw heaps of fish. I swam from the ladder to the beach, I think that was about 50meters. At the restaurant we had lemonade and there was these chairs that spun around and we played on the chairs. At Pompeii we saw dead bodies of real people with ash all over their skin which made them turn to stone. The ash was from the ...
... week with many of my favorite people on the planet.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
After seeing the front and the back of the villa we rented to stay in for a week, I found that it was like renting a hotel for eight people. Our friends stayed for only three days, while the rest of us (me, my brother, my parents and grandparents) stayed for the whole week. At first, my brother and I stayed in the same twin room, but after our ...
... well, Amalfi. The road was very windy and if our bus was any bigger it would not have been able to complete the journey. It was an entertaining bus ride and I was joined by the bubbly Samantha for the day. Amalfi was a once prominent Naval power in Italy before a tsunami in 1343 destroyed their port and they never recovered. We took a tour of the town and then jumped onto a boat tour ...
... how they create this ancient art – for example I never new it was made from seashells… The artist carves intricate patterns, mostly of a women, but not limited to that – as the fact I was taken to one of a cat would prove, it’s 239 Euro price tag stopped me though!
After lunch it was time to head into Pompeii. Words cannot express the privilege I felt of being there, how lucky are we to have this snapshot of life before us ...