Hotel La Colombaia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... We wandered the forum and 'political' bascillica and fish and meat markets. The most moving part was seeing the bodies of people caught in the act of trying to flee - covering their face, the leather belt and sandal clearly outlined. The dog that was tied up and trying desperately to free itself. Some of these unfortunate people's bones are very clear and complete. How lucky we were to be there without the heat of summer reflecting off the ...
... us to another village, but we were tired after the heat of the day. All in all, we were quite happy with the day.
After relaxing for a bit, we went over to Amalfi for supper. We found a spot and had something other then pizza! Mom had cannelloni, I had some lemon chicken cutlet, and I think Darrin had Bolognese. Back to the room, where we watched Despicable Me 2 on the iPad - and tried to stay awake...lol.
... cliffs most of the way. There were numbers along the way to indicate we were on the right track, however it was still hard to follow. Most of the trip was more appropriate for goats, not fifty year olds. The views were stunning and the sea was a gorgeous blue. A lot of the time it looked like the sea meet the ocean. We saw goats,a lot of skinks, mules a few birds a couple of old men tending their gardens, two men having lunch that were improving the ...
... body is resilient,' I thought, partly unsure. I finally saw a couple buildings in the distance. I kept on thinking, I’m almost to the buildings. I don’t care what they are, if it’s someone’s house or something, I will ask to come inside. When I finally got there, it was a restaurant and cable car building, both closed and locked all over. I’ll never forget the feeling I got when I reached for the front door and it ...
Saturday morning we took the train to Sorrento. It is a small town on the east end of the Amalfi Coast, south of Naples. After 4 days in Rome, we are very grateful for the relatively small and quiet town. There really isn't much to do here; we spent most of the day reading and recuperating from the hustle and bustle of the big city! We did walk around the town a bit and had ...