Hotel La Casa sul Mare
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... br> grapes for me to try – much better than ones you get in Asda I can tell you.
Then his hands started getting a bit wandering as he leant in for a kiss. I don’t
think I have ever turned the other cheek so fast!!! That was a whole experience
of itself, trying to avoid the advances of an old man!
The flirty old man aside, Ive had a wonderful day, and its
times like this that make me so glad I preserved when the going got tough
... a magnificent place it must have been in its prime but also thinking about the horrific experiences of the people who were killed during the eruption. We finished our last day in Sorrento at our favourite cafe, both enjoyed our pasta followed by a walk down the main street which they close to traffic for a few hours each night. Came upon an outdoor church service but of course it was all in Italian. We think this is an evangelism service for the Italian ...
... into cylinders and welded together at the seam. The ridges you see on a can are put there to ensure the can is able to withstand the pressure exerted on it during the filling process. Lids are applied and the can is ready for filling! Other important quality checks are carried out at certain times during processing. The most important check is using a high definition microscope to check that the seal created during welding is good.
We have ...
... for long! We are convinced a woman on the train was part of a ring of people, she created the distraction at a station, no one got on and just as the train left the station, Sam felt his pocket was empty and his wallet had been stolen. By the time we got to Sorrento, around 30 mins later and called the bank in Australia multiple thousands of dollars had been spent, and Sam said he had around $1500.00 in cash in the wallet too.
To say we were upset, ...
... every stone is still in place… each house and room looks like there’s someone still living there—even the furniture is in place. You get this eerie feeling that at any moment a member of the family is going to step out and ask you what you’re doing in their home. Pompeii is not ruins… Pompeii is a city frozen in time. It’s a freeze frame that gives you a glimpse into day to day life in this Roman city. ...