Hotel Punta del Sole
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... from here on up, ice covers the road, so the smart folks who drove up here to get some fresh air have decided not to go farther. I continue on, as the road winds up the north side of Vesuvius, which gets very little sun, thus explaining the ice on the road. I reach a Y in the road. The road ahead points to a campsite. The road to my left is unmarked. I gamble and take the unmarked road, quickening my pace, hoping to make it to the peak before dark. But of ...
... the town pizza. In the two Palazza of town we found some beautiful sculptures, hidden in the palms and leafy magnolias. We also walked in to a little homeward shop to have a look, and there o the table, in amongst the service trees and aprons and spoons for sale, there was a little kitten and his mama, having a nap. It was beautiful. Not two meters away, a dog ...
... Took about 25 mins. I have now found a bus that runs past my door and drops me in the centre of town.
Sorrento is beautiful. There was ahuge cruise ship in port so loads of Pommy tourists. The little ancient cobbled street are full of vendors selling lace, linen and limoncello. I will go back tomorrow for a better look. From the look outs you can see back to Naples, Mt Vesuvius and the islands of Procida and ...
... beautiful as is all the artwork. On our lunch stop there were a team of pick pockets that were working the crowd, Kathy was keeping a close watch on them while I took pictures. The cafe owner came out and told them to leave. The people watching here is great. Not many Americans so we stick out. Tomorrow we are going on an all day excursion with "Jack The Driver" to Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii. He is supposed to take us to some non tourist places also. Should be a great ...
... the fascinating things pointed out by the guide were - how the public bathhouses operated - the location of wine bars, wheel ruts, bake houses, doctors rooms & operating theatre and a fairly racy account of how a brothel operated complete with quite imaginative murals still in amazing condition. Pompeii dates back to 700 BC - that is 2,700 years ago - and grew into quite a large summer resort and trading town before the major eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD which was so ...