La Collina Hotel&Spa
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... the most beautiful, detailed Nativity scene, many of which are actually medieval village scenes, with scores of miniature characters, blacksmiths, tailors, soldiers, maidens—with miniature houses, shops, castles—even Roman ruins. They’re quite creative and fun to browse through, although can’t help but wonder what subtle message these are sending to people: that Jesus was medieval European—not a Middle Easterner and the Christian ...
... which during the series this year featured an interesting Chinese artist, Yang XXXXXX.
Checking out of our hotel after lunch, we drove the approximately 15 harrowing miles over to Praiano, our next home for four nights. Traffic along this road is indescribable! We were extremely glad once again to find the hotel and be able to park the car for the next 4 days.
Praiano, unlike Ravello, is close to the sea but still ...
... room. So all we had to do was go into the hotel (which is an outstanding 5 star place on the escarpment) and through to the wonderfully positioned hotel terrazzo where John and Sue were waiting. After a couple of months travelling and living on our own it was great to meet up and share stories of our respective trips. It was Sue's birthday so there was a double cause for celebration. Lunch on the terrazzo with views to the coast, and then a ...
... or pay the price. If we needed any reminder of that, Etna was providing another ready example this week with ash and small scoria stones falling on its surrounding towns.
Naples promises to challenge our senses [yet again] with its majestic buildings and the hustle and bustle of another major city. Our accommodation there is on the edge of the city so we will probably secure the car for the next few days there and take advantage of the city’s metro system. We will report ...
... Here at Salerno, Victor Hoffmeier (Kirch's great-great uncle) died at sea. His boat was hit by a torpedo during the landing. Upon leaving, from the train stop we were spotted an old German gunning port in the hill side.
Justoph- After taking some pictures at the beachhead and soaking it in, we decided to take the 3hr train ride back to Rome. On the train ride we met a retired doctor from Akron, Ohio that grew up south of Salerno . He was 14 in 1944. ...