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... I walked among the graves looking for the Aussie graves, having been told that there was a section for the Aussies. I has not thought we were involved in that action during WW2, but was quite ready to be wrong. I was not wrong. As it was, several people, individually and quietly, made a point of coming to whisper to me about their experiences of the cemetery, simply because I had read the poem. It had triggered a reaction. When I was some distance from the group, one man came to ...
... are falling directly on top of you in your right eye and the sea is in relaxing, perfect symmetry in your left. 5 days and nights with this view! Interestingly enough, we overlook the famed hotel, La Sirenuse (which I will come back to later on). We have virtually the same view as them for about $500 less a night.
For dinner I had booked us in advance at this place called La Taglieta. They drove us 20 minutes up the mountains to this place where ...
... ray turret" my real take-home from learning this fact is, are these people out of their gorram minds?
Imagine it tomorrow: Vesuvius goes thermonuclear, destroys Pompei, thousands dead... a horrific tragedy. And yet, wouldn't we all be guilty of having a snide voice in our heads, quietly whispering something along the lines of "it was bound to happen one day"? For real. It's an active volcano.
I walked around the ruins today, when ...
... what we call provolone. After our nice lunch we continue our walk. There are nice homes with beautiful gardens along the way. Getting closer, I notice some old walls above the path. We then come to a man who says visit the gardens, panoramico, and then it is closing at two just a few minutes. We hesitate thinking of Extorsionist Maria in Civita md the man says it is free, but will close soon. Okay, we go in to Parco Asterita expecting we may be asked for money on the way ...
... knife lying on the balcony
Our excursion today was to the Emerald
Grotto, which is a completely enclosed cave big enough for two boats
to move tourists around in it . The name comes from the sunlight
which enters the grotto through a submarine entrance. There are
fantastical stalactites and stalagmites, including one that resembles
Ronald Regan in profile.
Upon leaving the grotto, we boarded a
boat for Positano, passing most of ...