Hotel Casal Dell' Angelo
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... silly duffer she went the wrong way...funny as ..?Anyway enjoyed the night listening to Pietro entertain the peps at the restaurant ...such a great entertainer ...what a fun night as everyone mingles in the restaurant. We meet a couple of Yanks ...both New Yorkers ...but so much fun ...hate a drink !! We decide to taxi down town ...but instead do the stairs 335 of them just incase I hadn't mentioned that !! Try and find something with some music ...
... the trail and met Pasquale in the parking lot for the trip back down the mountain. He dropped us off at the main gates of the Pompeii ruins and we sat outside in the sun and ate lunch before heading in.
What I found most remarkable about Pompeii was the scale of the place. It is an enormous complex -- an actual city. I know this makes complete sense, as it was a city of 20,000 inhabitants before the eruption, but I hadn't really understood the vast nature ...
... is that we know the dates of events now like the back of our hand...the city was first destroyed by an earthquake in 62 AD, rebuilt, and then destroyed again with the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD. Also, the volcano is still active though it doesn't smoke, and apparently could erupt at any time. Carmine says there is an evacuation plan in place, but he doubts with the traffic anyone will actually get out. (In five minutes read this ...
... a delight. Definitely touristy but it was easy to see why. Fishing boats moored adjacent to multimillion dollar yachts, cobbled streets, narrow laneways which are actually major thoroughfares, cafes and restaurants abound.......shops galore, with a focus on pottery, with people everywhere. Paul found the digestif, (Vecchio Amaro del Capo) that he had tasted at S. Severna. Off the beaten track following an interesting laneway, came across an open ...
... seem to want to talk about their love for this man that has been Pope for just about one year.
The local SITA buses of the Amalfi coast - All these little communities along this Mediterranean coast have roads connecting them. Roads that slither around in ways that defy gravity and the imagination - they allow traffic in both directions - buses (albeit not the great big ones and all sizes of cars and Vespas - in a constant buzz of revved up engines and ...