Hotel Suite Esedra
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... it was famous people getting married or part of a show being filmed but we didnt recognise them! We did a long walk home exploring the streets and stopping somewhere for dinner.
The next day we went to Pompeii. The Roman town was buried in ash when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79AD. Lots of the roofs collapsed but everything was perfectly preserved. The town wasnt rediscovered until a few hundred years ago. It is quite a large site and ...
... best pizza places in town. It was crazy good!!! The pizza is large, but doesn't seem to fill you up like American pizza. You could really tell the difference between the pizza in Rome and here. Tonight we plan to explore the area a little more, eat seafood (which is suppose to be great in this port city), and drink some vino...oh the vino. Tomorrow we plan to take the hydrofoil (an ultra fast ferry) over to the island of Capri and play on the beach! ...
... the Romans and originally dug out to remove the stone for the construction of the buildings above. It was said that the larger the building above the ground, the larger the hole below it. As the city grew so did the demand on the water supply and in 1629 they area was extended and used as an underground water storage system or aqueduct. After a cholera epidemic in 1884 the 2 million square meters of aqueducts were closed and abandoned. They then became an unofficial ...
... was the rather impulsive leather bag that I purchased. Red too, how Italian is that!
It promised to be a sunny day when we decided to go to Capri – this was the south of Italy we’d been waiting for. And what the rest of the thousand tourists visiting the coast had been waiting for too, apparently. The queues for the ferry were crazy and then the ferry itself was about an hour late. The 45minute ride was choppy because of the storm ...
With a lazy day planned maybe wandering down to the beach or staying in the pool (weather permitting) and generally not doing a great deal.
This evening we have booked into Trip Advisors number 1 restaurant for this area La Tagliata
which is a very strange restaurant with no menu !
We have been told we will be stuffed and not to eat much dinner !