Hotel Villa Rita
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... pushed forward to take up all the seats. We stood up the valley of the Dragon. The 3/4 bus went up to a few side communities and turned round on the narrow street to keep heading up to Ravello.
Ravello is known for being romantic and picturesque perched on the hilltop with wonderful views below. The rain started as we got off the bus. We had a quick look along a few streets and decided not to stop long. Villa Fofo didn't really appeal, its famous for its ...
... the travellers that we are.
We also went down a lane way where the shopkeepers all make little clay figurines and paint them. They come in a vast array of types. People buy them particularly at Christmas in order to make a Christmas displays, though judging by some of the figurines they are bought for far more occasions.
We then went to the amazing Pompeii.... fantastic... Another ticked off item on ...
... style was built in 1898, and has a unique fully tiled floor in beautiful tones of vibrant yellows and bright blues. The ceiling has ornate plaster work and the entire church is in a soft butter yellow. Today the altar is covered in arrangements of sunflowers for a wedding to be held later that day.
Back at Casa Privata I make my way through the gardens and down the steep steps to the sun-loungers on the cliff. A few hours getting ...
... think I ruined their romantic date!! It was very different to anywhere else I've been as it was literally a load of picnic tables packed into a tiny whitewashed room, but the flavours of the food were simple and excellent and it was pretty cheap!
Saturday - I had intended to head to a town called Caserta to see the Royal Palace there which is meant to be very impressive but there were no trains so after lots of faffing about at the station I decided to visit Cava ...
... Friday morning, and spent a couple of hours in the bus before winding around and around a mountain to pull up to Montecassino, the birthplace of Western Christian monasticism as founded by St. Benedict. It's not the original Montecassino, as
that one was destroyed by Allied bombings in World War II, but after the war ended, funds poured in from many different sources so it could be rebuilt almost exactly as Montecassino had been. Though it's not the original, ...