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... guests on a regular basis. See… I’m just really easily impressed!!
Once off the ferry we struggled up the many many many flights of stairs and headed back to the hotel for a rest and to re-group. Remember when I described my lunch to you and how I had chosen the appetizer for good reason. Here is the saddest story of the trip so far. Karen Turriff bought Grant a book for this trip. The term Book Widow has been used on many many of ...
Today is our day trip to Pompei. We have to get up at 6am to catch a train to Piazza del Popolo to meet up with our tour guide, who is waiting for us under the obelisk. Easy enough to find. We jump on a smaller air conditioned mini bus with 15 other people, bound for Mount Vesuvius first to climb the volcano which was responsible for destroying the city of Pompei, wedged between the ocean and the volcanos angry feet. The entry to ...
... our cases and went down for free drinks and nibbles on the outdoor alfresco area, then on to dinner.
Hotel went and bought me a charger for my camera no fee. It was 2Euro so I bought it off them.
She was so helpfull I gave her a little Koala key ring and she thought it was the crown jewels.
After dinner legs still up like baloons went up to room to put them up.
Another great day in Italy.Tomorrow Pompeii
... in love with this place and wished that I could stay here even longer. Sighhhhhh! Definitely a place to come back to!
Glancing around, all the multi-colored houses were built on the hill. A beautiful yellow church, the Santa Maria Assunta, with a big circular dome made of majolica tiles really stood out from all the other structures! What a beauty it was set ...
Day 069: 7.1 kms, 7 hours
Vetri sul Mare is where the Amalfi coastal road meets the highway that comes over the mountains from Napoli to Salerno. Here the rugged tranquillity of the Amalfi Coast comes to an end. It is here where my Amalfi Hike and Napoli Superhike will eventually be joined to create one giant Napoli-Caserta-Salerno hike spanning three provinces—but that will be another time.
For now we're ...