Travel Blogs from Tramonti
... island of Capri. The traditional way to tour the towns of Amalfi is by a bus trip along the terrifying cliffs, or a ferry. In fact most people travel one direction by bus and then the other by boat to get both experiences. This had been our plan until dinner that night. What really sold us on renting the boat was that they stopped at several spots around Capri, dropped anchor and went swimming at their leisure.
So the next morning we found ourselves at the ...
... left. Walking to the center we walked by an old mill that was made in the 900's. It was about a 100 foot drop to the bottom of the valley where the mill was situated, really cool site to see. We then found a great restaurant in the center of town (ideal for people watching) called Ristorante Fauno. The buffalo mozzarella and prosciutto appetizer was delicious and then came an individual pizza per person. After taking in the Sorrento atmosphere ...
... canned pulses. The vast majority of their products are for private label and UK exports form a big part of their business. They are 1st producers of canned tomatoes and pulses and 2nd producers of fruit juice for the UK. We're based at the Angri factory where the main offices are also housed. We've already learned so much having had training in the company's environmental and ethical policies, research and development protocols, ...
... obviously important site.I was impressed by the beautiful frescoes and mosaics still visible and the imposing stone roads, complete with crossing stones to avoid the rubbish and waste being continually washed down the street. I spent about 2 hours wandering in and out of homes, shops and forums. When I left the masses had arrived and the ticket line was wrapped around the street.
I decided one ruined town was enough for me, so ...
... 8221; that mimicked those in Pompeiian villas.
Today, the excavation of Pompeii has been going on for almost three centuries, and scholars and tourists remain just as fascinated by the city’s eerie ruins as they were in the 18th century.
If by chance you travel in this part of the world, I do recommend a trip to this wonderful site.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking