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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... place. She's very nice, as is our room. We're the only ones here right now, so we got upgraded to the best room, with our own balcony. La madre cooked us breakfast; we had a little headway making small talk with her, but our Italian is fairly primitive. Good thing we have some Italian, though, as very few people here speak much English.
Saturday morning after breakfast we headed out for walking and shopping. After some exploring, ...
In Salerno today, south of the Amalfi coast, I had a week in Sorrento about 3 years ago and have been to Pompeii etc so just planning to hang around town today. I don't think there's much here except the first medical school in the world. I haven't been here before but Southern Italy seems familiar ...
... for viewing. The second thing is that there are some very well preserved artwork that comes from Pompeii. Some of the famous art you may have seen from the ancient city is the mosaic of the dog, the mosaic of Alexander the Great, or even erotic pictures from the excavated brothels. All of these images are images I have seen in textbooks or class, so I was thrilled to have seen them today! The last and most important things about Pompeii is that when the ...
... all their farmland and supplies. He said they ate great and had a lot of support when the Allies landed. It was crazy coincident that we met him on a train, while the 83yr old was visiting Salerno. He ended up coming to America and becoming a doctor in the United States Air Force.
Salerno pictures didn't turn out great with phone do to the weather. Too many Pompeii pictures to post them all now.
Another awesome day. Tomorrow we are going to relax in ...
... big trip around Australia, every new place we arrived at was even better than the last, which I thought would not be possible. This trip is a bit the same- and I'm kind of glad that I'm looking at it all for the first time with my 48 year old eyes (blind though they may be!) I'm not taking anything for granted. Every new place I see or new thing I experience is a treasure to behold!
We hit the A1 Autoroute and headed towards Naples. This was a ...