La Locanda del Mare
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... pottery and cooking utensils, we even saw what appeared to be remains of a kitchen with pottery pots built into benches. One building, which we think was a bath house still had the marble floors as well as an enormous bath all intact. The various streets were laid out like any other town with intersections and alleyways. The streets were paved with huge boulders that had well worn rutts from the chariots. Because the streets flooded in the rainy season, ...
... large amount of train travel we'd done the day before. We walked down to the port, bought our tickets for the ferry and waited to board. No one is ever in a hurry in Italy, not even when there is a timetable to keep! I think we made the right choice with Procida. The island was beautiful - exactly like an Italian postcard. We walked around the hilly streets with no real aim on where we were heading. We asked some locals where they recommended we got lunch and headed down ...
... pounding in my chest during the climb to worry about the cold!!
We walked into the cloud and as I suspected clouds aren’t hollow!! It felt more like I had entered a Charles Dickens novel and was walking through a foggy old Victorian London town. However, at the summit there was no barrow boy or flower seller just someone selling a pile of old rocks from a shack!! Visibility was a few metres. The crater is marked by a fence that runs along the rim. ...
... We worked out the water buses and jumped on one of them. Got dropped off at the right stop, but still had to find our hotel from there. Walked up and down " calli's", ( lane ways ) and finally stumbled across it after some terse, over there from a shop owner. Thanks for your happy to help you attitude, not! All that deserved a very cold beer. Exploring the area tomorrow, for now we ...
... from having a siesta on the pebbles. They are surprisingly comfortable. We decided to have lunch on the beachfront cafe but were disappointed with the meal. Probably the first meal we haven't enjoyed the whole time we have been away. The salad looked like it had been recycled four times. Time to go back up the stairs to the hotel for a siesta. Dinner tonight at " Mamas Kitchen" no menu you just get served good and wine lol. The shuttle bus picked us up at 7.30 to take us to ...