Holiday Inn Salerno-Cava De' Tirreni
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Here I plan on seeing an important part of Italian history. Back in 79 AD Pompeii was frozen in time, leaving a historical Roman City as it was almost 2000 years ago.
... monastery. Today, the monastery is used as a liceo [boys’ high school]. Corpo di Cava is a medieval village, streets are very, very narrow, paved with cobble stones and if you ignore the newer roofs, modern washing hanging from balconies and the modern window joinery, you could be back 500 years or more. Particularly when the cloud is down and it is raining, a condition we experienced a fair bit this week. The thing that strikes you is ...
... sup>th Century cylindrical watchtower stands alone on the edge of the bay. In the centre of the bay front is the 1912 bathing establishment which is reminiscent of late 19th Century beach piers on the English south coast. The structure has stood up reasonably well to the salt water and occasional stormy conditions. The waters seemed to have all kinds of fish and we spotted some snorkellers who had caught, among other ...
... arrived in pitch black and so were pleasantly surprised with our surroundings when the sun came up. Rossella (our tutor) and the rest of the La Doria staff have bent over backwards to make us feel welcome and have put together an excellent agenda for us for the next 5 weeks. We’re really excited to get started. Until next ...
... couple of days in Rome, meeting some great people in our hostel we pressed on north to Florence. On our arrival we were stopped in our tracks by the striking and beautiful sight of the illuminated white and black Duomo (Cathedral) against the night sky (see photo).As well as visiting the Duomo we also saw Michelangelo's David (don't worry-no revealing photo of him on here!) as well as enjoying the view of the ...