Albergo La Collina
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... myself in yet another town. 1150. Rail Junction Town (Italy 127) Nocera Inferiore, December 25, 2011 Day 063: 2 hours, 4.0 kms Nocera Inferiore—despite its unpretentious name is a large town and a small railroad hub: hear the railway up to Avellino and Benevento, the two other provinces of this region, heads off. I pause in a cramped little plaza near the station with a nice view of the forested hills behind me for a strum session, then on through the ...
The next 2 days were spent in Rome and as Luce and I had both been there before we didn't do all the usual sites. On the first day we went in by train from Ostio and spent a few hours at the Colosseum and the rest of the day exploring the Forum which was huge. I have hundreds of photos and choosing a few is very difficult. In the evening we walked from the Forum to the Trevi fountain which is undergoing restoration. ...
... have been like here in this bustling metropolis over 2000 years ago. Work is also currently being done on restoring the city wall towers.
Unfortunately, while we were there the weather packed in very quickly and an amazing display of lightning and thunder started up at the base of the nearby hills so we beat a hasty [but prudent] retreat to our car. Pity because we had only been able to walk the exterior of the site before Mother Nature called ...
... fun together... we stops cars to get to ikea we adopt ducks, and dogs, we see dunas everywhere.
She was my party partner, we know our families, and friends, and i believe the bad things make us stronger!
The next one its going to be Pedro:
We hate each other so much, and i guess that's why i love him so much, we can scream to each other us much us we want.. and even get that mad that i don't want to talk to him for days, but if ...
... back on the trail, the damn $400 camera wouldn’t turn on. Fabulous. Even after a thorough drying back at the hostel, it still didn’t work. It thus looks as if I will be without a camera until I can purchase a new one. That will have to be later, though, for I take the train (well, three trains, to be accurate) to Brindisi tomorrow. From there, I will be riding a ferry for 16.5 hours to Patras, ...