Hotel Principe Napolit'amo
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... island of Capri. The is also in a cave. You have to get into a mini paddle boat with a local. You then have to take a very narrow entrance to the cave. Once you are in the cave it is very dark however the ocean is illuminated by the sunlight that makes it a very pretty crystal blue color. Once back out we made it back to our boat and enjoyed the rest of the boat tour around the ...
We were all amazed with Pompeii. 20,000 people lived in Pompeii when Mount Vesuvius erupted in A.D. 79 burying the city under 30 feet of hot, volcanic ash. It wasn't until the 18th century that excavation of Pompeii began. What an amazing city it was back in the day - around 40 bakeries, 30 brothels, and 140 shops, eateries and hotels. Most Romans ...
... square, the Church of the Madonna delle Grazie (XVII cent.) , high astride the rock at the top of Corricella , look at the panorama that goes from East to West, from the tip of the Monks to Punta Pizzaco . The construction of the dome of the church was long impeded by the noble family De Iorio , owns the building located behind the church to the sea, as it obstructed the view to the sea, to be enjoyed from the balconies of their building. The Village of Terra Murata After the Church ...
... so we can put it in one bag. Not going to be a nice job! I'm waiting for a phone call from the tour company anyway for tomorrow's tour time. They are going to pick us up from the hotel. We are heading off to the Great Wall and a couple of other places including the Olympic Stadium from 2008. Should be an interesting day. We are now only 2 hours behind Sydney time so hopefully a day or two here in Beijing will help alleviate our jetlag when we arrive home.
... various cash crops, some olives and eventually some citrus. It was fun to see famous Monte Cassino ******* the port bow; we appeared to be running along a valley with some big hills, not to say mountains, on either side.
Eventually a very serious mountain loomed to starboard. I was about to announce that we were sighting Mount Vesuvius but hesitated because I could not discern a crater on the mountain so wasn't sure if it was a volcano or not. It was ...