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... to Amalfi. The tower in the centre is an old watchtower that were built many years ago so they could send warnings in case of an attack by Pirates. Messages were sent by an early form of text messaging - Smoke!!
Amalfi - The beach of Amalfi. Above the deck chair & umbrellas you can see the roofs of some of the buses in the bus park.
- Our waiter - He must have been 70 at least he was singing Opera as he ...
The first half of the day was Pompeii. We had a tour and for once our tour guide was super. To the point, you could understand him and humour. We saw the streets, shops, baths, brothel (with the bar next door - our tour guide comment a few wines and they looked better!) and the square. A bit of history. The city of Pompeii was an ancient Roman town-city near modern Naples. Pompeii, along with Herculaneum and many villas in the surrounding ...
We decide to go back to Ravello to see the Gardens of Villa Cimbrone, plus other sights we missed on Sunday. Get an earlier start and have short waits for the two buses. Find the Lemoncello Factory and try some of their product, seemed less lemony but more alcohol. Head off to the Villa and see a restaurant with a trellis full of white wisteria, so we go in for a closer look. Never seen white before and the terrace is beautiful. Later on the way to Villa we see another super big ...
... around town, my curly hair that I flat ironed straight went curly. It is sooooo humid here and I now understand what it means to have very curly hair in humid temps. No gel is going to keep it from doing what it wants to do. Oh well!! I went to the tourism shop and got my free map of Ravello and surrounding towns. My first stop was the Villa Rufolo, as the entrance is just steps from the piazza duomo. It bears the name of the family which created it in the ...
... we jumped on the red bus, we got off at one of the stops where there was a duomo. It was nice, but not amazing. By the time we walked from the duomo to another stop and waited in the heat, we decided the best idea maybe to stay on the bus seated up top, enjoying the cool breeze and view the sights from there. We completed two full routes and on the third one it was time for lunch. We found a little pizzeria place down by the water. After enjoying a pizza each we ...