Hotel Paradiso Residence
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... toilet stops are difficult). But you need to risk it to get the biscuit. The last of the hike, motivation was low and exhaustion was high. But our legs prevailed and we made to back all the way to Amalfi in two dusty pieces. 6 hours in total. We had a quick rest back at the hotel. The hotel annoyingly allows one person to log on to the wifi at a time. But the login is e room number and the password Amalfi, so I log ...
... with a big smile. It reminded us of the time in mid winter when we were freezing and went into a pub in the UK and asked for Gluwine. Everyone at the counter got involved and laughed at what they thought was glue in wine. I suddenly realised they called it mulled wine, and all was sorted, but until we left, the guys at the counter were still chatting about it. Small things that make good ...
Nothing scheduled for today. But because Rachel asked about Serengeti sun glasses, I found a vendor two towns over - Majori. Bought all-day bus tickets and headed for Majori. Not as easy as it sounds. Bus terminal area has about 12 buses. Most of them don't indicate their destination. Asked a wandering bus driver and was told to get on a red or blue bus. As it turned out the bus was green. After 30 minutes we arrived in ...
After having a simple breakfast at Nino's B&B in Nocelle, we caught the local bus to the Maricano Hotel in Positano. Thankfully, Niño carried my bag to the bus stop for me. The bus driver dropped us off right at the hotel door. This place is fab and a beautiful place to rest. We had lunch at the hotel, and Mark was thrilled they ...
... falling ash, little ash fell on Herculaneum. Instead, it was hit with extremely hot [and noxious] gas blasts then a succession of six flows of boiling mud (a mixture of ash and gases) which then solidified, gradually burying the city from the ground up, and in effect providing support for the buildings. As a result, everyday life in the then Herculaneum is much better preserved than in Pompeii.
It was originally thought that most of the ...