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... idiot word became the word of the day.
The house we are staying in is newly renovated and everything is beautifully done, so relaxing. they have provided everything for us including plenty of food.It has 3 levels, ground floor has a 1 bedroom self contained apartment, the upper apartment has two levels with living on the bottom and bedrooms on the top. So comfortable, we are very very happy ...
... town was very cute with tall buildings on narrow streets that wind up and down. There was a small grey sand beach in front of the town but the ocean was crashing in and making a huge spay. We walked along the road to a small tower jutting out over the ocean with stairs leading down to the water but it was a restaurant and was closed but the waves crashing against this cliff wall were pretty cool. We also walked out onto a jetty that had these large cement crosses around it to ...
... at one villa after another, taking them much more for granted than the incredible discovery they are. The forum is incredible in itself with three important temples and this is just one tiny part of the whole. You can see the training ground for gladiators, visit three different Roman baths and interestingly visit the town brothel at the Lupanare. Here you see the prostitutes beds and frescos depicting sex scenes, which were ...
... grapefruit and look like footballs.
As part of this holiday is about eating and drinking local specialities I felt we should try some lemoncello liquor even though I have tried a NZ one and not been too fussed. Well I tell you it is very different here - lemon, smooth and slips down the throat nicely. Even non drinking hubby tried it and encouraged a bottle purchase. They also do a cream one - like baileys but lemon which we did not like as ...
... on top of each other, with small lanes that you think are walking only but are actually for cars in either direction too. On our 7 hour tour, Michael gave us information of history, trivia, and entertainment news (ie Pointing out Sophia Loren's Italian villa). He was great with the driving and very enjoyable to be with today. Well worth the price. We made stops in Positano and Amalfi, seeing the towns churches, architecture, and walking around shops. Lunch was in ...