Hotel Terme Zi Carmela
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... December 27, 2011 Day 065: 2 hours, 2.0 kms I have to take a couple twists and turns to reach the plaza of my next town Frignano. And here, after strumming for a little big on my own, I’m joined by a group of young and middle aged men who come to listen to my songs. Afterwards we get to talking—and I’m quite impressed with myself at my ability to carry on a full conversation in fake Italian, learning a number of insights into this region. ...
We got up bright and early to take the train to Pompeii Scavi for our first visit to the town which disappeared after the Mount Vesuvius eruption in 79 AD. We had a small hiccup prior to leaving home - Garth's new phone spat the dummy and was completely dead. After a bit of fiddling, it eventually resurrected itself, but it caused Garth some heartache!! Not the time to lose all your contacts, emails, guidebooks, . . . We caught ...
Woke to a slightly overcast day but warm so all good. Had breakfast then wandered down to Positano where the ferry's leave for Amalfi. Brought a ticket and waited for boat, travelling you do a lot of waiting. Only took 20 to 30 mins on ferry to get there. Bigger than Positano and a few more tourists about. Walked up a Main Street....this is like the other towns we have been too, very narrow shops either said and cars etc also going through and ...
... the Procida went to the nearby fields to rientrar the sun goes down or the sound of the alarm bell. In the Middle Ages, Procida had their feudal lords : Giovanni da Procida 1210-1258, 1339-1529 and the Cossa d'Avalos 1530 to 1729, followed by the Bourbons .. The waters of Procida were also theater, in July 1552 of a naval expedition during which the Ottomans captured seven galleys to a Neapolitan squadron under the command of Andrea Doria. The island passed to the crown of Naples in ...
... get to the Garibaldi Sation, which is directly below Napoli Centrale. We easily found that and headed down. Then we had to follow the signs to the Circumvesuviana Train. We found the ticket booth, bought our tickets and we were on our way -except we didn't realise that the barrier didn't open when you put your ticket in the scanner. You have to then tackle the barrier to get through. Anyway, a very patient staff member came and ...