Best Western Hotel Dei Principati
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... long table. The next noise we heard was the crew pulling up the anchor....... BUT WAIT.... Marina and I looked at each other, hearing the same "wrong " sounds. All else on the boat did not hear what we heard. Including Diane, who was sitting opposite me, on the window. The grinding, clanking, whirrrrrrrrrrling of the anchor trying to be risen, was pointless. The anchor of the boat had hooked onto the chains at the bottom of the harbor on the sea floor. No matter how ...
... couple of sets we would stop to enjoy the scenery-or to catch our breath-and continued climbing. When we made it to the top, we walked back to our car and drove back to Sorrento. On the side of the road we spotted a fruit stand, and decided to grab some to take along with us. We ended up choosing some grapes, peaches and cherries, and some water, and were back on the road. When we reached the hotel we got ready and headed out to catch ...
... in excess of 500oC.
The very high temperature of the initial flows also had a dramatic effect on the buildings, carbonising the wood - the petrified remains are still visible today. From an archaeological viewpoint, one benefit [if one can find pluses in such a disaster] was that the solidified volcanic flows, up to 25 metres deep in parts, effectively sealed the site until excavations commenced in the 1700s. Thus ...
... the crypt. These stairs were built in 1203 for Cardinal Pietro Capuano, who, on 18 May 1208, brought Saint Andrew's remains to the cathedral from Constantinople.
Salerno is the principal town of the province with the same name, and today numbers around 145,000 inhabitants. For a brief period (February to August 1944) Salerno was the capital city of Italy, during the liberation after the allied landings before the fall of Monte Cassino to the allies and ...
... of us bought giant lemons today - they are supposedly sweet inside. We will cut ours open here in a day or two when the thought of food is slightly entertaining again, that is.... which reminds me... I do not get car sick that I am aware of but a couple of others in the van starting feeling a little queasy today. Getting up the hills on winding roads and then back down the hills on extremely winding roads was beautiful, scary, and ...