Hotel Mega Mare
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rolled down the ramp onto Italian soil for the second time on this trip.
With a brief flash of the passports, we were waved through ...
... cool with sails - history channel this morning." We pass an ancient tower, "ere was where Nero played a fiddle on the roof and watched Rome burn - not many people know that". "Wow, honey!!" extolled Cliff's mum " Nero played up there!". Only five minutes into the 2 hr trip and Signor had already finished his second can of beer. The rest is a blur, The Vatican, St Peter's Square, Pantheon, Fontana di Trevi all meld into one and Signor e Signora throw in a ...
... me of Old San Juan, though they are much older. One of the gates dates back to when Sorrento was a pre-Roman Greek port.
Marina Grande is a very small fishing harbor. There are several seafood restaurants built over the water. We had my favorite dinner so far in Italy - huge local grilled Shrimp (heads still on), Gnocchi (sorrento specialty) and Eggplant Parmigiana (currently in season).
Day 064: 6 hours, 12.1 kms
I'm a little worried about this stretch of road, worried that there might not be a shoulder to walk on… but it looks like someone had the foresight to know there are people like me that believe that the only way to enjoy these beautiful routes is by walking them. The only problem is they put the sidewalk on the boring side of the road!
I take my time gazing back at ...
... outside under a tree and decided to cool down whilst waiting (hoping) everyone would eventually find me. I was only waiting around 10 minutes before I spotted Olly's Miss Marple hat and once again the gang was reunited. We carried on down the hill to a small Piazza which had some beautiful statues and fresco's. This was the final leg of Herculaneum, which to be honest I was glad of as it ...