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... will know is a Roman town that was buried by volcanic ash about 2,000 years ago. Large parts of it have been uncovered and give an idea of what a Roman town would have looked like. Although much of the marble was taken by the locals and sold, and most of the sculptures have already been removed and can be found in numerous museums round Europe the structure of the buildings still exist along with a number of frescos.
We learnt in Rome that the ...
... local fishermen mend their nets and get ready to go out to sea on their little skiffs. Here there’s a nice, sunny walkway that goes for a little ways along the coast to a statue of Jesus with arms outstretched as if to say “Yes, I do accept the city of Napoli, grime and all”
And with that, I head back up the alley to the main drag where I finally reach a graffiti covered sign marking the end of the city of Napoli…. For ...
... also came control of the only road access to Rome from southern Italy. There were 12 countries involved in the offensive, including New Zealand. Also, on a personal note, Dad says that Grandad served in Montecasino with the British troops at the time and following the successful campaign he was then posted to Rome.
Montecasino is about a two-hour drive from Rome so we got there just before 12.30pm only to find that the abbey is closed from ...
... 8230;is it?
I entered the shop and was immediately greeted by a pretty young girl – with beautiful hair all dressed in white. White jeans, white t-shirt, white shoes and a pretty white scarf. All her jewelry was silver and matched her belt and her eye shadow! After a few minutes of charades and her agreeing by nodding…I figured I was close to making an appointment. I would then get the prices and assess if this is a place I want to come. I would ...
... month…that was with the sun. Not so much anymore…rain impedes the drying of clothes…and dang they take a long time to dry inside!!!
Other places to stay in Baia Domizia
Via dell'Erica, Baia Domizia | 3 star hotelfrom $96
viale dei Tamerici, 55, Baia Domizia | 4 star hotelfrom $81
Via Dell Erica, Baia Domizia | 4 star hotelfrom $171
Via Dell'Erica, 1, Baia Domizia | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Via dei Ciclamini, Baia Domizia | 3 star hotelfrom $87
Strada Provinciale Garigliano-Monte Massico, Baia Domizia | 3 star hotelfrom $50
Via dei Pini 1, Baia Domizia | 4 star hotelfrom $105
Viale dei Bossi, Baia Domizia | Hotelfrom $104