Sant'Angelo Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We made it to our beautiful hotel room right on the ocean in the northern part of Amalfi and took a little nap. I had not slept in about 27 hours. Then we met our group for a little talk about our upcoming tour over Proseco and a yummy dinner of fresh pasta, fish and vegetables, followed by lemon cake. Most all courses had a lemon base since lemons are the most common edible grown here.
So looking forward to ...
... and by its destructive powers. We again were awestruck by the ingenuity of the Romans in their ability to design structures and streets purposefully. We were also amazed at the artwork that still remains after all these years, mostly in the form of mosaics as well as frescos (paintings). After a three hour tour of Pompeii, we stopped for lunch where we met a couple from South London. It was so interesting to compare our lives, to hear them talk of ...
... and ended up chatting to them all the way into Sorrento. We go off the bus and headed through the town to have a look around and ended up buying a boot full of lemoncello (hopefully I can get this hope safely). We found a pizza shop and had 1.50 euro pizza for dinner and a bottle of wine once we got home and got out of our cold wet shoes.
We spent the night drinking wine, spilling wine and watching movies scenes set in Italy Under the Tuscan sun, the eat part of Eat pay ...
... three on the island) . This tower was built in the sixteenth century. by order of the Viceroy of Naples, Don Pietro di Toledo, for the defense of the people against the incursions of pirates. A Procida were built two more. One had to rise at the end of Via Tabaia, the ancient road that connected the Navy with the Catholic Holy Terra Murata in "Language". The second is found on Via Giovanni da Procida, right, after the church of St. Anthony, and certainly in later times had to undergo ...
As we went walking round it was amazing to see how everything was preserved. You could see the ridges in the cobbles streets from the wheels of the carts that ventured through the city back in its heyday. Most of the rooms in each building were completely intact, most with mosaics and paintings on the inside still showing.
One of the morbidly fascinating results of the eruption is the large number of holes found ...