Baia di Puolo
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... narrow cobbled streets and beside the occasional presumably ancient olive and lemon grove. We made a few wrong turns, had to double back a couple of times and ask for directions, though no one seemed to have heard of the towns we thought we needed to get to. Eventually we were directed off the cobbled path onto something that quickly became more like a goat path, skirting the coast 200 or so metres above the water. It was ...
Trying to kick back and just relax...yesterday it rained on and off so decided to stick to room and read and sleep. Simon been watching bond movies on tv....a channel dedicated to James Bond movies.....only problem is they are in Italian....just not quite right somehow. Walked down to the village in Positano last night for dinner. Sat in restaurant on the beach. Simon had scampi with spaghetti, they came out with this huge fish shaped plate then tied a bib around his neck....one ...
... of mixed seafood all bought at the local fishermans markets early that morning. There are prawns, 2 types of fish, calamari, langoustine with a side of vegetables (zuchinni, eggplant and peppers) picked from the garden below me, and all grilled and drizzled yet again in the most delicious oil, garlic and herbs...and the vegetables have a hint of chilli....I ask the waiter to please let the chef know that this food is divine. We get chatting and he asks if I ...
... known as the Faraglioni, rose beautifully out of the sea and appeared to be beaming from the sun’s gaze while their shadows reflected on the water’s surface! We were heading towards the central cavity of one of those humongous rocks where it was large enough to allow passage of the small boat! Passing underneath the hole was totally amazing!
As we ...
... Elder) and burying twenty thousand of Pompeii residents for eternity.
Decades later, Pliny wrote a detailed description of this massive eruption. While his writings were preserved, the content describing the destruction of Pompeii was discredited as the raving of a delusional and despondent fellow. His detailed description of how a mountaintop like Vesuvius could explode and erupt in that way was unknown in history at that time. So for two thousand years, Piny ...