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... three amphi-theatres; one for the gladiators, one for plays and the other smaller one for poetry and music recitals, all intact. There was an area for the law courts and council chambers, various temples and many villas that would have been owned by the rich with wall art, pillars and statues. Important people lived next door to their poorer neighbours whose houses were small and ...
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... blends. Although the company only distributes raw material, (spices, herbs, flavourings etc) Salvatore is very passionate about trying the products in their intended final product, therefore for him it was logical to install a kitchen and essentially a fully functioning ice cream parlour!
A Japanese customer was visiting Fisciano (another La Doria site) and we were invited to meet them. This customer has extremely high standards and expectations, and ...
... marina is located, so that is handy.
Once back down in the Marina Piccola, I purchased my ticket for the 9:30 Positano boat, then waited at the end of the pier for the grand last weekend adventures to begin.
The boats, or ferries-which just ferry people, not cars, are plentiful and there are many competing companies vying for your hard earned Euros and even for the Euros you hardly earned. Any old Euros will do. Cost is not cheap at about 15 Euros each way.
... with a huge dome roof. There were intricate designs in the incredible plaster work that just blows your mind away at the technology used to create it. As Naples is so poor they have not made any real effort to maintain their buildings and it is reflected in their dirty facades and grass growing out of them.
From Naples we headed to Pompeii, where the first stop there was a trip to the cameo factory. Cameo's aren’t my thing, but how amazing ...