Albergo La Collina
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... from Angri. Perhaps this was easier on most occasions, but this day the mountain was shrouded in fog and the 17 kilometre drive was pretty hairy. But we made it both into Ravello and up the narrow medieval street near our hotel, the Palazzo Alvino. As we parked we were met by Antonio from the hotel who told us to give him the keys and he would do the rest. Yep, another guardian angel who parked the car, had it washed and got all our stuff ...
... one of the main reasons it became protected. By then also, the water table had lowered significantly, the area had become quite arid and the threat of malaria had receded with it.
Today, the three remaining temples of Paestum - Hera I [the basilica - 540 BC], Hera II [Neptune – 503 BC] and Athena [– 500 BC] - stand proud above the remains of the city. One can walk through the remains of the agora [market place] and imagine what ...
... I went to the Museo Diocesano which contained religious works of art. The most beautiful were 69 ivory panels depicting biblical scenes; they weren't much bigger than the size of my hand but the intricacy of the carvings was stunning (see photo). For lunch I headed to a recommendation I had found on TripAdvisor, Il Pacchero. It was fantastic and I ended up going back again for lunch on Sunday! As I've mentioned before often menus don't seem to be used but the owner spoke ...
... even then, I never really managed to cool down. The worst part was knowing that I would have 25 miles to go by bike even after completing the hike. Yeah, I know I can be stupid sometimes, but I did make it.
The same can’t be said for my camera, however. During the heavy sweating on the return hike, I was carrying my camera in my hand. Apparently, it didn’t like that. When I tried to take ...
Wow! a headache for Paul and a matching one for me! Knowing we only had this one day, to get to Castelgrande, however, we just had to bite the bullet and go. The walk to the car wasn't too bad, but I dreaded going back to the rental car place with broken GPS in hand. We weren't exactly sure how to get the rental car place since I had only walked there once before, and we soon discovered that some of the streets in Sorrento are meant ...