Palazzo Starace Bed & Breakfast
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... homes in Pompeii. We completed our museum tour with time on the top floor walking through eight rooms of frescoes taken from the walls of Pompeii villas and having a look at the scale model of Pompeii as excavated in 1879. Like most museums this one deserves many visits.
The great hall on the top floor with its sundial from 1791 was also impressive. We were there at 1:00 so tried to see if a ray of sun would ...
... girl from Rome. I took my Ambien and dozed a bit, but not in David's style. He said it's ruined him for travel any other way. Our drive from Rome to Sorrento was fairly uneventful except that towards the end we were caught up in one of those Godfather like Virgin Mary walking parades that held up traffic and as a result we got really lost and ended up in someone's olive orchard. We finally ...
... but it has two twin beds and not the color we wanted. But that won't put too big of a dent in our happiness. The beds are pushed together and housekeeping comes with new linens to fit the now king bed. All the king beds have been this ...
... which entails a golf cart ride to the hotel lobby which is still on -1 floor.
After check-in, we immediately found our way to the nearest restaurant with an ocean view for pizza, the local specialty. I am convinced that Sara introduced Pizza with pineapple to the Italians. In 1998, we made our first pilgrimage to Italy with Sara, Chris & Charlie. We went to a pizzeria in Rome where Sara asked for pineapple on ...
... interrupted by having to take a student to the dentist. She is going to be just fine, so it was well worth it. My sudden departure interrupted the last hour of class today, so the students are getting a bit of a breather from the long day yesterday. It is needed, because we climb Vesuvius tomorrow and then go to Pompeii the next day.
I have to describe what I can see and hear at this moment. It is a little after 7 pm. The sun ...