Castello di Limatola - Relais Chateau
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... to catch the same ride, so we hang around for a bit, waiting and watching for the little orange bus. We wait...and wait....and WAIT some more....During this time, a little orange bus passes us by three times, the same annoyed driver telling us each time, "NO CIVITA". By the third pass, I was sure that some of the Italian ladies were going to overtake him and commandeer the bus up to Civita themselves, they were getting so ...
... to look at. To the side looms Mt Vesuvius itself. As this is really all we have done today I will let the photos speak for themselves, I hope they load as I am writing this standing in the middle of the camp finding the strongest wifi point. Tomorrow is our biggest travelling day as we head again all the way back up as far as ...
... off; I'm now reverting to the few Latin words I remember from school, which generally sound strange as I pronounce them with a Welsh accent! La Doria have kindly organised our move from the lovely, yet slightly isolated hotel in the countryside to a new hotel in the centre of Angri, which gives us the freedom to explore the beautiful town and join the locals in watching the world go by or meeting friends in the town square. The family at the hotel are very ...
Our day started out with the very harrowing experience of driving back along the lovely winding coastal road that we came in on. Only this time I was the freaked out passenger and Megan was the driver PLUS it seemed to be tour bus day - so poor Megan not only had to contend with moped riders overtaking on blind corners (on our side of the road), car drivers who don't know which side of ...
... were hauntingly cool. You could even see the expressions on their faces from the day the ash hit. The most popular place seemed to be the old ***** houses which displayed some pretty X-rated mosaics which you could easily found by following the falic symbols carved into the streets.Those of us with an immature mind got a good chuckle out of it.