Aragona Palace Hotel
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... encourage him, he was from the Milan area if I remember correctly. As I walked away I thought about the fact that he was preaching in the footsteps of Paul in Rome, just 2,000 years later.
I really don't remember it being so crowded before, made my way past the Palatine, Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine, the Forum, the "Wedding Cake" (tomb of the unknown soldier and eternal flame) walked up the stairs of this for the first time, they have two armed guards up there, ...
... Verlet, 1985). Equally significant was the destruction of the Escalier des Ambassadeurs (Ambassadors' Stair), the only fitting approach to the State Apartments, which Louis XV undertook to make way for apartments for his daughters. The gardens remained largely unchanged from the time of Louis XIV; the completion of the Bassin de Neptune between 1738 and 1741 was the only important legacy Louis XV made to the gardens (Marie 1984; Thompson, 2006; Verlet 1985). Towards the end of ...
We arrived at Capri to gorgeous views and then the gaggle of vendors wanting you to take their boat ride, catch a taxi, eat some food..... We ran away and started walking up the hill to the centre of town. Almost everyone else gets a bus, taxi or the cable car so it was peaceful, apart from the scooters, little trucks, buses and taxis coming out of nowhere around the little streets. It is all uphill, but a nice walk. We stopped halfway up at ...
... guy in the ticket office insisted on exact change, which I didn’t have. I had to go into a bookstore to get change just to get in, but even if it means putting up with these strange Italians, I still recommend it. However, I do not recommend riding a bike anywhere near Naples. I made an incredibly intelligent decision and rode the metro into the center of Naples. After seeing the roads and traffic, I was most happy to be navigating the city on ...
... in 79AD covering Pompeii in 5 to 6 metres of ash. It last errupted in 1944. Were we stood we were 1200m above sea level and the highest point is 1300m up. The crater is 350m deep and another 100m to its core.
We headed back to Naples and en route Chris bought the most divine pastry ever! We dined again at our "local" and they remembered us and joked that they closed at midnight. Well fed on more pizza; wIne and squid... we went to bed happy ...