Grand Hotel Angiolieri
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... every high street. No, none of that ...
... literally see over the entire ruins. It is incredible!! To imagine what it would have looked like back then is pretty impossible. Don't you just wish you could go back, even for a day, to just observe daily life in the ancient world? Wouldn't it be so fascinating? I think so, anyway.
We got down to get our tickets - where we also picked up an info book - and we were set! Onwards we went into the ruins. First, we went to the self serve bar - where I bought myself ...
... find my seat for the Palio. Actually, I didn't have a "seat" but a 10" square area to stand in until people arrived for their "paid seats." I was one step up from the masses in the square….actually about 20' in the air on these wooden benches for my standing position. It was in the sun and very hot. I knew that once I was up there, there would be zero opportunity to get down, go to the bathroom, etc. Sure enough, that was the case ...
... full length window and there was the VERY SAME view! The window also opened fully and we leant out over the vertical drop amazed that this was our room!!! We didn't have long to ogle though, because it was on the bus again for a drive along a very narrow winding road built on a cliff face to Positano! We had to swap to mini buses because our coach was too big for the road! It is very hard to describe to describe the next few hours! No ...
... pier. We were scheduled to board the ferry boat at 11:45am and people were starting to gather around.
Standing right next to the boarding bridge, a last look was given to the island and when time came around, the ferry boat was boarded. I was the first one in and within minutes, stood on the top deck glancing ...