Grand Hotel Punta Molino
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... accommodation. It's an air BnB place. Host is Gina, an older Italian lady. She's lovely. House smells a bit mothbally but it's lovely. It's right in the centre of Ischia Ponte. The view out the window and balcony is sublime. The ocean is right there and the Aragonese Castle is too. Beautiful reverse sunset reflects off the castle at sunset. I had dinner at a little local trattoria. Spaghetti with vegetables and ...
... when they died and we saw a bunch of pots.The eruption happened a day after Pompeii celebrated the fire god and 17 years before the eruption Pompeii suffered from an earth quake and the water shifted. We saw the gladiator training arena,theater,Streets,palaces and much more.Then we took a bus to mount Vesuvius (the volcano that destroyed Pompeii but the people of Pompeii did not know that they were at the ...
... by the arrival of a car & a van with gas cylinders. There was a 'heated conversation' between the two drivers as large cylinders were taken in & out of shops; some taken & then put back in the car – some in the back of the hatch, others on the front seat & the driver climbing in from the passenger side, presumably because his door wouldn’t open. Next thing was an almighty bang. The young guy in the car had closed the hatch but a bottle ...
... again. There will be no time for a fancy sit down lunch if we want to see and do everything, so we get a sandwich to share and then continue on to find the walk that will take us to a place where we will view Faraglioni, 2 giant rocks in the sea. It is a lovely walk, not as strenuous as the walk to the Natural Arch. Past more designer stores, perfume stores with smells that I wished I smelled like, instead of perspiration, hotels that I’ll bet ...
... are taking it in their stride and are happy to walk the narrow streets where cars pass inches from you. You would never dream of having your children walk freely so close to traffic back at home.
Positano was not as crowded in the streets as I expected, but that is the advantage of coming in the shoulder season. Though the town was larger and more spread out with a number of Squares, restaurants and cafes along the lower part of the town. ...