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... a small fishing village along one of the rivers plunging to the coast from the mountains and a miniature Bethlehem set up by a coastal village along the highway.
We left the coastal road to drive up, up, up into the village of Positano where we had an authentic Italian farm lunch. The restaurant, Fatteria La Tagliata, has no menu; you eat whatever Mama decides to cook that day. Everything was made with fresh ingredients, many of them grown ...
... a large room. The Greeks originally dug into the ground to get the strong stone they needed to build above ground. The romans used the caves as wells, fed by the aqueduct. There are tunnels between them that got narrower. Holes in the walls were used by the well cleaners to move between caves as the water level would have been above their heads at times. Cholera had caused the closure the wells eventually. They were then filled with rubbish, mostly old junk rather than ...
... amp; running water out in America until so much later). Also, all style of homes had some type of temple typically representing their oldest family member. ...this brings us to our next topic, there are phallic symbols everywhere throughout this town! Our tour guide started to tell us about how the Romans were very superstitious and used symbols to warrant off evil spirits. He asked me to trust him to lead me to one with my eyes closed. I was soon feeling a brick wall and ...
... was in my favour as there was noone waiting outside and I ordered my pizza and watched it being prepared and cooked in the pizza oven and was out in 10 minutes. I was much more pleased with this one, very yummy!
Can you believe that after 2 days of no pasta I was actually missing it a little?! I was also missing having vegetables and so went in search of a restaurant rather than a pizzeria. Unfortunately there wasn't a side dish of vegetables so ...
... cause there wasn't enough people interested in doing the tour).
We were a bit concerned initially that we were going to get a bit wet at Pompei but the decision to take the umbrella was effective in keeping the rain away. When the clouds cleared it actually turned out to be a pretty hot day so we spent a bit of ...