Residence Le Pleiadi
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... Lucia, it looked like there were maybe 100+ policeman cordoning off the area by the Vesuvio hotel, opposite. Could the President be in the area? All we could find out, was there was a medical convention in the Excelsior, but who was in the Vesuvio? We never found out. We walked North along the waterfront, far enough to get to a park, and the second street in back of the park, was the shopping street entrance with: ...
... where we were going really.
So Steve pushed me into the shop and said you get the tickets, I was at the counter, panicked about the money and coins and the language;
"Next Please" in Italian,
"two tickets to P, P , P, P, .... Quick turn of my head as I look for Womby with a startled panicked look in my eye, WHERE ARE WE GOING?????????"
Womby is laughing, the ticket seller said "POSITANO?''
YES , ...
... its a very mountainous area, seeing Vesuvius fairly close it pretty cool. The city has grown up along the sides of the mountain, so if it goes again as it is still active, there is no way everyone is getting out in time, too many people and too little ways for everyone to get out of the way in time. This is called the Campania region and as said before is mountainous, very green all over the place, all of it next to the beautiful blue Mediterranean sea and you can see why it was ...
... the new palace. Louis XIII's successor, Louis XIV, had it expanded into one of the largest palaces in the world. Following the Treaties of Nijmegen in 1678, he began to gradually move the court to Versailles. The court was officially established there on 6 May 1682. After the disgrace of Nicolas Fouquet in 1661, Louis confiscated Fouquet’s estate and employed the talents of Le Vau, Le Nôtre, and Le Brun, who all had worked on Fouquet’s grand château ...
... caught a water taxi over to the historical island of Venice and took a 40 min gondola ride, high tide was up so we had to lean to one side so we went at an angle under the many, many bridges. Not quite as romantic as we would have liked but we did have champaign and music. Our bus couldn't travel over on the ferry as the tide was too high so it came over later. So we caught another water taxi over to Ludo Island where we have 2 nights in this most ...