Hotel Le Due Torri
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today was our last day of walking and we has saved the most famous of the walks here for last - the Path of the Gods. But before we started the walk we went to a local cheese factory to watch mozzarella fior di latte being made. This means mozzarella made with cows milk not buffalo. The cows are actually kept in barns so that they don't fall off the mountains! This was an amazing process where it is made every day by hand and the maker only ever makes ...
... t do it justice. After arriving in Gap we found a supermarket and bought some bread sticks ham cheese etc and some beers found a nice grassy corner about 1500 m from finish and waited for the race ( Wes and rocky and Claudio who is ex Spanish pro and one of our guides rode up hill a bit to watch and got horribly sunburnt for their efforts ( except Claudio ). We got on bus to come home but 90 k trip took nearly 2 hours as when ...
... other boats. This is a very busy and popular tourist attraction. First stop was to purchase cable car tickets. The cable car took us up the mountain, near the top. The view from here was amazing. Plenty of shops to visit but very expensive! Capri sells all the big brands, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, etc. We saw a handbag in a shop window for €22,000, that's close to $36,500!!! Sam felt a purchase was not ...
... our destinations.
Pompeii is AMAZING. I had studied it in one of my Archi-torture history classes as an undergraduate at the university so it was great to be able to see it in real life. We walked the streets of ancient Pompeii and imagined what it would have been like to live there in Roman times prior to the unfortunate volcano incident. George took on the persona of "Gelato Favorito", Mayor of Pompeii, and his lovely ...
... and I heard my friend, Ciro, shout out "Catty!" Apparently, "Carrie" is a bit difficult to say in Italian so it seems everyone either calls me "Catty" or "Carolina" which either one is fine by me. So I wandered off to visit with Ciro who is hanging out in the square. We visit and he buys me a "shaker" or something like that (again, need to pay closer attention). It was the most amazing iced coffee with chocolate in the bottom and ...