Hotel Villa Rosa
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... staff certainly deserved the accolade. Ravello and Palazzo Avino are places that will hold in life's memory bank and I thank the hand of fate that pushed us in their direction. We spent the final day visiting the gardens of Villa Rufolo, (which whilst good were not a patch on Villa Cimbrione), indulging in a little light shopping and having lunch at our favourite ...
... and explained some history of the town and various buildings. We ended up at the Villa Cimbrone, an 11th century villa which had belonged to various weathy Italian families until it was abandoned and left to deteriorate. At the end of the 19th century, it was re-discovered by an Englishman, Ernest Beckett (Lord Grimthorpe) who bought the estate in 1904 and turned it into a work of art, complete with English-style gardens. Today, it is a ...
... 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.
... discussion of the self audit- they wanted to know if La Doria had considered what would happen to production if Vesuvius were to erupt!
At La Doria's Sarno site we helped test raw materials by completing the blanching and canning process of chickpeas, the same as in the factory but on a small scale. The cans are then opened three days later, if measurements fit within set parameters, the raw material is released for use in production. We also tested ...
... in Naples (the museum is the old residence of the King of Naples (who was a Spaniard) who ordered the treasures of Pompeii be brought to his house). We also saw street advertising, like we had seen in Ephesus, toured the brothel (complete with its original picture menu of, err... services) and saw the worlds first McDonalds, of sorts.
We then made a short visit to a cameo factory and saw how they are crafted out of certain types of shells. The man ...