Hotel e Residence Villa Del Parco
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... a series of enormous eruptions, beginning first thing one morning, accompanied by earthquakes and lightening. The poor things must have justifiably thought the end of the world was nigh and most, understandably, attempted to take shelter in their homes, not realising that what they really needed to do was flee whilst they had the chance. The sky turned black and the terrified inhabitants huddled in their houses waiting for the eruption to pass and hoping to survive the debris ...
... hosted its weekly "welcoming drink" party with lovely Prosecco and elderflower liqueur beverages and small warm snacks. We met several parties from Canada, and chatted with our friends who are daughters of the couple who own the hotel.
Tuesday was another glorious blue sky day. We decided to ride the cogwheel train up to the Gornergrat, another high area above Zermatt where the views were superb of the Matterhorn, the glaciers, and looking ...
... account of the events that took place that fateful day in 79AD. It took to the mid 1500's to first find the buried city and then to the mid 1800's before a full excavation took place, think about that as a time line. Funny - our Italian postal experience. Kathy and I decided that we could race around to the postaitaliane and send a package off to London saving some weight in the packs. We had 30ish minutes so plenty of time prior to the boy driving us to ...
... runs a sunrise event. The sun will be behind the audience in case you are thinking of taking the plunge in 2014.
That draws our time in southern Campania to a close and we next move further north to Naples. It has been a real education trying to absorb so much history over the past week and Ercolano again reminds us that Mother Nature can spit the dummy big time whenever she pleases and we mere mortals need to get ourselves out of the way ...
... where the slice was made. Continue to peel away with your hands or if it's stubborn, use a knife to help. 3) Chop the tomatoes when they are all peeled. 4) Place the tomatoes in a pot over medium heat and cook for 25-30 minutes, stirring occasionally. You can press on the tomatoes with a spoon to let out more juices and to flatten the tomato a little bit. 5) Preheat the oven to 350. 6) While the sauce is cooking, heat a pan over high heat with olive oil. When the oil is hot ...