Palazzo Starace Bed & Breakfast
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We were up and about early this morning (still waking at 4-5am!) and got our bags packed and organised to leave Rome for a few days. Another beautiful day – the weather has been kind to us. Around 20-23 degrees and sunny. No mention of that four letter R word!
We had a quick breakfast as soon as it was ready and grabbed a taxi to …
... as nice as these shorter journeys where it is a little more luxurious. Well sitting on train - R&O listening to podcasts, Morris reading kindle and me just writing this Blog. Now as I have time I thought I would share with you all steps and kl walked for the past week Sat 9th we did 23578 steps (14.94kl) Sun 10th 18725 steps (14,0.94) Mon 11th 18186 (11.49) Tue 12ttg 22296 (14.09) Wed 13th 16555 (10.46) Thursday 14 14616 ( 9.24) Fri 15 28608 (18.13) Sat 16 22750 ...
... very passionate and the 2 hours flew by. We were both awestruck by the place. Seeing the casts of the bodies dying in agony, including a dog and a boy, was a bit confronting and sad.
Best to let the photos tell the story or I'd be here all day.
Pompeii is staggering. Huge. I had no real appreciation of the extent of the city. Nor did I realise that the towering remnants of Mount Vesuvius are but a third of the size if the mountain ...
... here are huge. We had a table by a large open window and right outside were the lemon trees.
Our dinner consisted of melon with proscuitto, tomatoe and fresh mozzerella, gnocchi, veal marsala, potatoes and sparkling white wine. It was just delicious.
The restaurant car then returned us to our hotel. By now it was quite dark and those narrow, winding streets had us worried. The other concern was that the streets ...
... but they are themselves worth a wander, simply for the opportunity to gaze at some fantastic views over the Bay from right on the coast.
With a bit more time, effort (and probably a map) it is possible to keep walking round the coast, taking in some amazing views, until you eventually reach the apparently quaint town of Marina di Puolo - which we didn't attempt unfortunately!