Hotel Astoria Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pecorino cheese, eggs, pancetta (italian bacon), and black pepper. This was a nice change of pace from the other Italian food we have been eating! We also ordered a side of fried potatoes, which ended up being french fries. The waiter even brought us a packet of ketchup and two packets of mayonnaise. I guess Italians dip their fries in mayo.
After dinner, we headed back to our hotel to rest up after the long day - enjoy the photos!
... hot up here with a nice cooling wind but what a tremendous view of all the towns right out to Naples and the port, exhilarating!! We walked around the cone as far as you were allowed to looking at the rock striations around its cliff faces. You could also clearly see old lava flows which would have been red hot rivers of molten rock once down in the valleys. We headed back down the dusty track , with plenty ...
... intriguing, there are lots of drinking fountains in the town. When people want to have a drink they have to lean over the side and place one hand on the edge of the stone sides. All the fountains have wear marks from people hands- so how many people would have used these fountains. Also the Theatre and the Colosseum are the oldest and best preserved- for obvious reasons. Check it ...
... in a heavy saucepan. Add a little water, cover the pan, and steam over medium-high heat until the shells open (discard any that do not). Removed the flesh and discard the shells. 3) Heat the oil in a heavy frying pan over medium heat. Saute the clam flesh and garlic for a few minutes until the garlic is soft and starting to color. Add the tomatoes and season with salt. Stir through and cook for another few minutes until the tomato starts to break down. Lower the heat and simmer ...
... the streets and into the houses and shops which were buried when Vesuvius erupted. Many of the houses still had the remains of wall frescoes and other decorations. Alongside the ruined Herculaneum is the new town – with lots of high rise buildings. It’s scary to think what would happen if the volcano erupted ...