Hotel Hermitage & Park Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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- Free parking
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... where performances were held (and still are now), to kitchen stoves, to frescoes depicting uh...interesting "acts" (you can visit to learn more) . Pompeii is remarkable in every way. Especially when you consider how advanced these Roman's were 2,000 years ago. If you go to Italy it is an absolute must visit site. We spent nearly 5 hours there and certainly didn't see it all. That's how huge it is!
After bargaining ...
... of a cliff overlooking the water. After walking around the little village, we caught a return bus and had a very different experience. We had a seat the whole way and were back to our marina in thirty minutes. Teeja made an outstanding fish stew for dinner and two crew joined us for after dinner drinks. They brought lemonchilla with them and we promptly finished that off as well as two bottles we had on board. ...
... hosts the annual Cartoons on the Bay Festival, at which Pulcinella awards for excellence in animation are presented.
From July 1967 and through most of the 1970s, Positano was home to singer-songwriter Shawn Phillips and where most of his best known work was composed. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards from The Rolling Stones wrote the song "Midnight Rambler" in the cafes of Positano while on vacation.
Today tourism is by far the major industry. Positano is also ...
... with a couple of stops along the way. Spent lots of the time updating my posts...nearly there! The final part of the trip was somewhat harrowing, particularly for our ripper chauffeur, with the "highway" scarily narrow and the craziest Italian drivers encountered so far! (Not to mention those bloody vespas!). We made it relatively unscathed - only clipping one mirror, leaving a mark which Gidge was confident would ...
... ones for spaghetti sauce,medium ones for eating, and the large ones for salsa.The list of crops grown here seemed to go on and on.
Our next major stop was in_Amalfi itself, where we realized that we were taking more pictures than we expected, so we picked up more memory for our camera. We also found a few souvenirs (and of course gelato). We also saw more churches. (We have been getting into the habit of checking out the churches. They often have art ...