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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... since his bones arrived. In Amalfi, the big industry is paper. We toured the paper making "factory" that's been in use for centuries. I bought some beautiful paper with pressed flowers to frame at home. I also bought some Limoncello to bring home. Our boat then transported us to Positano. Basically a very expensive, but picturesque resort town. We walked all throughout and had a nice lunch. I dropped my ...
... and the origin of some elements of today's society. Eugene, our guide, was extremely well informed and passionate about the particulars, often drawing parallels to today's economic and political landscapes showing us that sometimes they did it right back then and sometimes, we still can't get it right. But first a note about my husband who continues to have issues (refer to bus seats on 2 consecutive buses on the hellish ride from Salerno) ...
... a landslide of thick mud. When Herculaneum was excavated, they had to dig 25 meters through mud before finding the highest rooftop. Today, the volcano inspires both fear and fascination and it is constantly monitored for activity. The first eruptions began 35,000 years ago. Further ash and lava flows built up a second cone, emerging from the middle of the original cone. Vesuvius was formed out of the middle of the old crater. Inside the crater you can ...
... of services was advertised in murals over each door and there was a pharmacy right next door just in case of any nasty infections. We have some great photos but they may be too R rated for publication! We both felt that the plaster casts of the victims of Vesuvius' eruption were displayed much better in the Melbourne exhibition. We were surprised to discover that although in Italy, at 79BC in Pompeii, coffee, ...
... new, in some way. From there it was on to Pompeii, travelling through Naples. We stopped for lunch at at family run restaurant where the food is cooked to an old family recipe. It was nice, more functional than fancy, but it was all we needed. And so the long, hot walking tour of Pompeii began. We were shown around by a man named Mario - "follow me please, ladies and gentlemen, stick with Mario". Pompeii is far bigger than I was ...