Hotel De la Ville
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... to 322 BC:
"In the field of practical affairs no achievement of the Greek city-states was more far-reaching and more lasting in its effects than the colonial movement. It provided the channel through which Hellenism reached the peoples of southern Europe, the countries surrounding the Black Sea, and the Libyan coast of Africa. The plantation of the colonies was a vital step in the development not only of Hellenic but also ...
... place. 2) Language People here don't speak much English, except for the touristy areas like Amalfi & Pompeii. They do try hard to help when we asked though. There was this bunch of ladies who kept laughing at themselves trying to speak English while trying to help us. I kinda could understand Italian though, it's a bit like Spanish & maybe the piano theory lessons helped :P 3) Graffiti Graffiti seems like a very big thing here, ...
... that I thought was a camera..... KAAAAAAAAAAA BOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMM, as the thunder, simultaneously was made itself heard. The storm was right above us, as we scampered below.
The champagne began to flow the minute Diane and Jim were in the salon.Cheers, and welcome..... We are so glad you are here!! We opened a bottle of FUORE wine, and also a nice bottle of wine that Diane and Jim brought us from Sardegna. Nice to share, now from topside, looking out ...
Today we are determined to be on time and we finally succeed. It only took 3 attempts but we eventually get it right.
Today's adventures include Pompeii, Positano and Sorrento.
We meet our driver whose name really is Ricardo and we again see Fred who is taking another group out today. We all say a few hellos and we are soon off.
The drive from Naples Port is the bumpiest ride ever. The stretch of road (about 5 Klms ) is all cobblestones and is not ...
... for a water tunnel (never built) saw an almost intact city then searched for treasures. Even today, hand excavation continues as only 75% of the city has been completed.
A pretty amazing place!
After a quick stop at the markets, where the kids practised their new found ‘bartering' skills, many came away with some unique, well-priced family gifts.
Heading down the Amalfi coast, camera’s ...