BEST WESTERN Hotel Rocca
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Not much to report today. I spent my last day in the Italian sun swimming and relaxing. La dolce vita! I think we are all ready to go home. We did a lot these past two weeks so I feel like I've been away for a very long time! I love that feeling when I travel; it's a true escape from ordinary life and I always come home with a sense of appreciation. Plus, I am dying for a tall glass of iced tea with an obscene amount of ice! There is so much that I still want to do this ...
I wish I could capture how beautiful it was to swim in the sea this afternoon. We spent two hours in the water just taking in the mountainous views and enjoying the gentle waves. The water was very clear and we could even see little fish swimming by our feet. This also made us feel safer since we figured we had a better chance at spotting a shark and making a run for it, if necessary! Haha! We spent the rest of the day by the pool ...
We're heading to the coast! Through a bit of research, we found the little town of Gaeta to spend the next few days. It's two hours from Rome and the perfect way to end our trip, especially with this heat. The hotel is literally built into this huge rock so there are tons and tons of stairs everywhere. Great workout on the way to the beach! Amanda is my ...
... the early hours of the morning in about AD 79 (a fair while ago isn't it?) and whilst some who were wake made a run for the sea, which was at that stage only about 1km away, (now apparently almost 10km!) most of those in situ at the time perished.
But the fascinating thing is that a similar fate beset those in some nearby towns (I put my hand up - I wasn't listening at that stage) but the difference is that they were closer to the volcano and therefore consumed by the lava, ...
... of baileys on the rocks.. Was a great way to spend the time while sitting in such a lovely town. Then we were back on the road and traveling around the mountainous countryside, our next stop was Positano which was gorgeous beach town where you could only travel one way to get there. We had a seafood lunch by the beach side and took many of photos to capture the lovey coastline. The weather was amazing. The last stop of the tour ...