Hotel Santa Marta
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Carita, December 24, 2011 Day 062: 2 hours, 2.0 kms On back to the main road, I continue north where I have another 2 towns to pass through before reaching they Napoli-Salerno road once again. The first is Santa Maria Carita, which is a little ways off the main road, after some fertile farm fields. Here I find a peaceful, large plaza with a giant fake Christmas tree and a cathedral that looks more like a neo-classical Roman temple. 1145. Continuing on in the Dark (Italy ...
... How they built it is anyone's guess, clinging literally to the sides of cliffs, with sheer drops straight down into the Sea and more twists and turns than the best murder mystery! It now becomes clearer why it has not been widened...impossible task given the fact that roadworks of any type would block the entire road, leaving zilch access. So, they live with it, knowing nothing else...and seemingly have developed a method of driving to and fro without too much bother and ...
... led to the limoncello and sandal markets. There were a bunch of really cute old Italian men handmaking sandals for people. They were really expensive and nothing special so instead I spent time sampling the limoncello and browsing the coral jewelry. The lemons on this island were literally the size of my head. Im not sure how they get them to be so large but it was almost unbelievable and they were every where. We grabbed a bite to eat and then went to find ...
... illustrating what they were paying for. The frescoes are still there, and yes everything was on the menu. A few streets away the guide showed us how to find the brothel. There, carved into the cobblestone, was a cock and balls pointing the sailors to their desired location.
All up a very long day but very rewarding. Tomorrow is my last day in Roma. :-( Being Sunday I think I should take it easy. I still have to see the Parthenon, but I think then it might be time to relax some ...
... through the square about six times looking for restaurants, supermarkets and McDonalds. There were two 'monks' who pretended they were meditating and one was sitting on thin air above the other guy held up by a stick that they each held on to (funnily enough they were wearing big outfits that hid the secret platforms they were sitting on). This trick was being performed everywhere, at all the main sights. Not very original. Some other guys had ...