Locanda degli Agrumi
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- Continental Breakfast
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... we made it!! We got off the train and tried to follow the directions to our hostel. In the directions they use meters, churches as landmarks, and little alleyways as ways of distinguishing your way to the hostel. We found our hostel and checked in. We booked a 6 person room and got settled in.
We headed out and found some lunch next door to our hostel. I had some delicious ...
... perimeter of the old city and then cut through the middle of the archaeological site to ensure that we saw the pertinent sites. We made sure to see Apollo's temple, human figures, Forum, public house and Baths. We left the site at around 1 PM. We felt that we had seen most of the important things and were ready for our next adventure of the day; going to the top of Vesuvius.
The bus was supposed to leave around 2 PM, so we grabbed some Pizza in a ...
... roots. In fact along with Pisa, Venice and Genoa its history is celebrated yearly in a yearly boat race called the Regatta of the Four Ancient Maritime Republics. Each year this event rotates between these places, it is most often won by Venice though...Unlike many other towns on the Amalfi Coast, Amalfi is far more gentle. With more things on the same level and more gentle climbs and less stairs. The town itself starts ...
Today was a pretty quiet day. I wanted to take some pictures of the town and square to share with all. I first stopped at the square and had a really pretty cappucino (picture below). Then, Salvatore, Gabriella's son, offered to go to Amalfi to his boat to swim. Today was the hottest day of the year. Apparently there is an "African Wind" that is really heating up Italy and is pretty out of the ordinary. A trip to the ...
On the day of arrival I sat quietly on my balcony with drink in hand and as I was digesting my long trek from Great Britain to this majestic city it happened, my first encounter with a local. Out of the moonlight I heard something pounce on the rooftop and then I saw white ball drop from the sky. No glasses or contacts on, I squinted at the sight. A dirty white cat slowly passed by but not before it had a chance to ...