Casa Religiosa di Ospitalita "Oasi Madre Della Pace"
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... tomorrow, the chimney from where the smoke rises after a papal election. Our Tour Director wanted us to see it in the night, without crowds and surprise us as we came across it! Everyone was impressed! Visited the Vatican Museums, full of priceless art treasures collected by the Popes. We had a special VIP entrance to avoid the crowds, together with behind the scenes access to the Bramante Staircase - a marvel of Renaissance architecture normally ...
... Isle of Capri. We then broke up into smaller groups and took vans up the very narrow mountain roads to the top of the island mountain to the little town of Ana Capri. Once there we spent the morning looking at the Cappucin Monastery Gardens and the local shops. The views of the sea are absolutely fabulous from this height perspective. We sampled more limoncello - yum. On the square, we sat near ...
... a roaring trade when the beds are made of stone! But apparently Pompeii was known for its friendly girls and as such was a popular tourist spot in it's prime.
As we meandered through the ruined city, it was very easy to imagine it bustling with life and in some ways it seemed almost surprising not to turn a corner and see a street still in use. The plaster casts of those found ...
Alessandro collected us from the Hotel again the next morning and drove us to the Amalfi coast. On the way we received a masterclass in Neopolitan driving.
First thing to note that Speed signs as far as the locals interpret them indicate a minimum speed, if you drive at this speed you will most likely cause motoring chaos.
Second thing to note, there are no traffic lights in Sorrento, and only one on the Amalfi Coast. That one is ...
... since the first ANZAC dawn service I went to when I was 9. so privelaged to do something my mum would have loved to do. my great grandfathers brother fought in gallipoli then went on to die from injuries sustained at pascendale in belgium, I am going to see his grave later in my trip, so will definitely be special. I encourage you all toattend an anzac day service this friday.
ps today kiwi decided he love's boats but not pebble beaches
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