Hotel Principe Napolit'amo
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... children and even a dog! I would like to return and visit the museum of Pompeii. After the tour we had some free time for souvenir shopping. Toby and I searched for an appropriate postcard to send Jye (one that didn't include pictures of deceased people or erotica drawings). We then boarded the ship, had another wonderful dinner with our new South African friends and then went to bed. Toby is mentally writing his complaint letter to MSC about the mattress.
Next stop Messina Sicily. ...
... get thicker and lower with each passing kilometer. with the cone in site the skies open. The rain and clouds obscure everything in sight. We know defeat when we see it and decide to scale the heights of IKEA instead. A week later attempt number two. It is another clear morning so we thought we would try again. It was still March and it had been a cold night. An hour down the road and Vesuvius comes into view. It looks beautiful in the sunshine and white from ...
... exploring it all on my own—and I came across it completely by accident. And on top of that, here you get a nice view of Castellamare, Torre Anunciate and—of course, Vesuvius.
It’s a special discovery: an ancient Roman farm with its beautiful symmetrical buildings and courtyards… and right on top of it, a modern farm, with its buildings looking quite sloppy in contrast. ...
... make-over in the 18th century but contains some architechtually interesting anaomalies, such as the two ancient pillars from Paestum and underlying Romanesque design. Inside it is beautiful and peaceful.
Ajourning the Cathedral is an even older church recently restored to its 596 origins, revealing beautiful frescoes and now housing religious and historical treasures as a museum. A visit to the nearby Cloister of Paradise reveales13th century Moorish ...
... of their ships across commercial and fishing routes all along the south of Italy, carried the Byzantine icon in Positano during the XII century. A small parchment, preserved into the church archive, reports that Giovanni II Bishop of Amalfi in 1159, dedicated the church to the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The legend says instead, that a prodigious phenomenon brought the icon to Positano. It was part of a sailing ship coming ...