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... walked two blocks to the sea and from a park bench watched a sailing school going through the drills. We got a quick bite to eat before climbing the alleyways up to the big church in town, Ss. Matthew and Gregory. This was a surprise...we had been to many churches in Rome, and my expectations were somewhat guarded. This place was very beautiful. The frescos capturing many of the scenes from the life of Jesus ...
... we head to Florence and beyond.
No more tours - just the two of us until we get to England on the 18th.
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We will look at what they can offer in Turkey, Spain ...
... a bit like a brandy snap filled with cream, candied orange peel and chocolate (see picture). For lunch I went off the beaten track to a tiny restaurant where I had paccheri (pasta) with swordfish and aubergines, and then attempted to walk to Ravello, a little place which google maps told me was only 45 minutes walk away. I did, however, get a little lost and didn't fancy taking on the cars down the windy narrow streets, so I ended up having a walk around Atrani and ...
... woman. After seeing history from the Gothic and Medieval times it makes me want to learn more regarding the history of what happened in between these two eras. How did we go so far backwards? Why did the Roman Empire fall? The answers you may know but I'm a little unknowledgable in ancient history. I'm off to the town of Salerno now to see Saint Matthew Cathedral and to buy 'Ancient History for Dummies'. Chow, ...
... to the main shopping area. This was a very glamorous area with spectacular views and great shops. We watched the funicular take people up and down to the marina, and wandered around exploring with the many other touristica. We decided to come down the mountain in a cab - not your ordinary cab, these open limousines have canvas awnings on them to keep the tourists out of the sun. Quite luxurious and affordable when shared between ...