Hotel Villa Rosa
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... espresso, lemon soda, and two magnificent pastry creations, we caught the bus back up the hill to Ravello.
Tuesday was the day we moved on from Ravello, but because we were only going a short distance, we took the morning hours to tour more completely the duomo in Ravello as well as the Villa Rudolo, the home of the Ravello Concert series held here every August and September. The villa reportedly was built in the 1200's, and ...
... terrace and done some planting.
- Not a lot of room. The traffic all moved with vehicles giving way for others without too much tooting. Some roads do not allow full sized tourist buses. The only large buses could be the commuter buses.
Scala Hotel - our light dinner - Tuna Salad, Bruschetta and a FRESH FRUIT salad.
-The swimming pool - Deep and chilly - it did get warmer as the week went on - low 20's.
... that supplies Sainsbury's, along with other supermarkets. De Martino is a sister company of La Doria, and both share the same values of using local Italian raw materials to make high quality products. The process was fascinating, and I will give a brief overview as Hannah will be completing a placement with the company. Firstly,the semolina's quality is checked in the lab; the gluten, protein (the higher the protein, the higher the pasta quality) and moisture levels ...
... 8212;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 faith is European in its origins? Maybe I’m reading to much into this—but I guess it would make ...
Day 062: 7 hours, 2.9 kms, Day: 15.9 kms
After crossing the freeway I reach Angri, a large town where I get off the dreary main road and into a well lit, charming old town. It looks like I just missed a party, with plastic cups and wine bottles everywhere in the main plaza. There's a phoney castle-like structure lit up for Christmas but, not a whole lot of Christmas cheer around… at least the rain has stopped. Actually, other ...