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... Isle of Capri. We then broke up into smaller groups and took vans up the very narrow mountain roads to the top of the island mountain to the little town of Ana Capri. Once there we spent the morning looking at the Cappucin Monastery Gardens and the local shops. The views of the sea are absolutely fabulous from this height perspective. We sampled more limoncello - yum. On the square, we sat near ...
... wasn't thick. But all in all very yummy dinner. Then we walked the length of the mall all the way up to a very large mountain, absolutely gorgeous night views of bay with the lights that camera cannot do justice to. All along down every lane way, there were shops and more shops, and we endeavoured to go down some of these, slowly making our way back towards the hotel, where we finally arrived at 11.00am, now to bed to refresh ourselves for tomorrow - Pompeii Steps 23454). 18.2 kl , ...
... emperor Nero so much that he had the amphitheatre shut for six years. Makes todays football violence seem rather tame.
Oh a last interesting fact - while Romans did in fact get impacted by lead poisoning from their plumbing, it was not as significant as was thought in the past. The water flowing into this area at least was carried on Aquaducts for over 70 kilometres. This water was very hard by the time it reached the coast and when it flowed ...
... into the Sorrento Grand Hotel Cicerone, and back on SMALL BUSSES to drive/visit the AMALFI COAST AND THE TOWN OF POSITRONO,
The Amalfi coast road is narrow, on the cliffs which drop straight down perhaps a thousand feet, has numerous switchbacks, beautiful cliff homes. Positrono is home to jet setters and Sophia
Loren, and Gucci style exquisite shops with switch back cliff roads ...
... Messina Strait at around 6pm – we kept our peepers peeled as there may have been whales passing by but we didn’t see any :o(
At about 9pm we passed the Stromboli Volcano (I was VERY EXCITED ABOUT THIS) we saw it erupt in the dark about 4 times over a period of about an hour – quite a lag in eruptions and it was quite far away. Photographs were nigh impossible due to the well lit deck and the dark ocean to the volcano in ...