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... still a light dusting of snow and the forecast for the next week is single digit temperatures [during the day]. So we guess Stuey’s shorts will not be sighted in any photos from here on. [At least until we get back to NZ]
About an hour south of Corpo di Cava, are the ancient ruins of Paestum which were settled around the end of the 7th Century BC by Greek colonists. They were subsequently conquered by the ...
... 8217;s star waned somewhat for over 500 years before being "rediscovered" by the outside world. In the mid-1700s, a number of European countries established consulates in the town and it began to be included in the European Grand Tour itinerary. Eventually, after a period of rebellion against the rule of the Bourbons, Cefalu opted to join Garibaldi’s movement to unify Italy.
Today, Cefalu [pop ~14,000] rates as one of ...
... very un-touristy town on the Amalfi Coast called Cava de’ Tirreni. We spent one day in Salerno (a nearby city) and one day at Ercolano (Pompeii’s lesser-known-better-intact sister town) before jumping on a train to see how far north we could get before being called back down to work (Florence, if ...
... visit to the ancient city of Pompeii. Depart the pier for the transfer via mini-bus to the main square of Sorrento. From here, you will board a coach for the drive along the Sorrento coast, past the Bay of Naples and on to the remarkable ruins of Pompeii at the foot of Mount Vesuvius.
Pompeii is considered to be the world's finest example of an ancient ...
... knife lying on the balcony
Our excursion today was to the Emerald
Grotto, which is a completely enclosed cave big enough for two boats
to move tourists around in it . The name comes from the sunlight
which enters the grotto through a submarine entrance. There are
fantastical stalactites and stalagmites, including one that resembles
Ronald Regan in profile.
Upon leaving the grotto, we boarded a
boat for Positano, passing most of ...