Villaggio Costa Alta
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Carita, December 24, 2011 Day 062: 2 hours, 2.0 kms On back to the main road, I continue north where I have another 2 towns to pass through before reaching they Napoli-Salerno road once again. The first is Santa Maria Carita, which is a little ways off the main road, after some fertile farm fields. Here I find a peaceful, large plaza with a giant fake Christmas tree and a cathedral that looks more like a neo-classical Roman temple. 1145. Continuing on in the Dark (Italy ...
... after boarding in the Amalfi Coast town of Salerno, we did arrive in Catania Sicily. Sicily is the largest Island in the Mediterranean Sea and though it belongs to Italy, it is such a mix, at least from our travel experiences to these other countries, of Spain, France and Italy, with a little bit of Africa thrown in. Catania is Sicily's second largest city and we were ready to go, see and do a big city for awhile, all the while hoping to add some points on the plus side for the country of ...
... we rode up to the main piazza, however the tourist numbers increased and we just didn't want to be amongst it. We headed out of the busy area and ended up at the top of Capri looking back over the island, unfortunately though there was not an open restaurants to be found in the quiet areas so we made our way back down.
Deciding on the first restaurant we came across on our way back to town despite there only being one other patron, we took a ...
... The waiters were super polite, wearing suspenders, and even nice enough to take a picture of us and our spectacular view.
So we had a week in Praiano and to summarise; it was a lot of walking, even more sweating, some swimming, some reading, some tanning, some burning, some pizza and taking in the sights. We spent a few days down at the beach, which is really just a concrete platform next to ...
... There is also thought to be a synagogue that has not yet be excavated. The theater was also pretty well intact. We could see the different levels of seating and where the gladiators trained in the barracks. We took the long way to go out to the amphitheater. We walked past where they would have grown a lot of their grapes. No matter where we went though we could see Mount Vesuvius looming in the background. We walked past so ...