Parco Maria Terme
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... looking for danceable songs—from country to hard rock… the girls love them all—just enjoying a brief moment of happiness in their otherwise very depressing lives. It’s one of my most beautiful, concert moments. I compare it with the times I’ve been paid to play music to large, apathetic crowds who have it all and nothing can excite them any more… this experience is a thousand times better—to bring some ...
... There were also ceramic tiles explaining the animals, fish and flowers along the way, which was a fantastic way of finding out about the local area. The limestone cliffs are quite remarkable, great big white expanses full of little holes, big holes, caves.... The very last part of the track goes to a lighthouse, and I think this was probably the hardest part of the walk. The path became quite steep and it went on and on and on, until I thought my legs were ...
... After the class, we all sat down together with some wine and enjoy the meal we just prepared together. I met some great people with great stories of their own holiday.
Yesterday, we had an early start. We decided to splurge, and we hired a driver to take us around the Amalfi Coast. Seraphino had picked us up from Napoli Centrale train station and taken us to the B&B. He was a great guide for that hour and had ...
... and the Revolution of 1830 that put Louis-Philippe on the throne of France. For the next decade, under the direction of Eugène-Charles-Frédéric Nepveu and Pierre-François-Léonard Fontaine, the château underwent irreversible alterations (Constans, 1985; 1987; Mauguin, 1937; Verlet, 1985). The museum was officially inaugurated on 10 June 1837 as part of the festivities that surrounded the marriage of the Prince royal, Ferdinand-Philippe d’Orléans ...
... less than 5 minutes, after 30 minutes a bus showed up and dropped everybody off, then it said it was not going to Amalfi and wouldn't allow anyone one. She called again after another half hour and was told similar info to the first time. We continued to wait. A bus came by and didn't stop, but drove right past. These were the busses we were to be taking. I went back to Sorrento because the train ride from Amalfi to the Temples was going to be long enuf, and I didn't want to ...