Villa Sirio Hotel
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We were amazed how easy it was for us to find the correct platform,find the correct train ,find the correct coach and finally find our reserved seats. The train was spotless, leather seats and very spacious ( as one comes to expect travelling first class) ha ha- only on trains unfortunately .
The train was super fast reaching speeds of 300kph (speed was displayed , so I am not exaggerating). Deb and ...
Another day of beautiful Italy.
Ruth and Dan headed out for a tour of Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast. Pompeii was once a major port and center of wealth and politics. When Mt Vesuvius erupted in 79AD, the city was instantly buried beneath 30 feet of volcanic ash and cinder. It is known as the most famous archaic excavation sites in the world. Buried for 1700 years, the town has been resurrected and a clear picture of primeval daily life ...
... in Palermo as they had to return to Ferrara. They taught us the ropes of riding the eurail and purchasing tickets and were on their way. We spent the next day walking the city and viewing many beautiful monuments and churches. I am convinced that to truly appreciate churches one needs to study architecture in depth. After a while they all start to look alike. All I can say is very pretty or gorgeous windows. Not very astute on my ...
... Positano was a lovely city with the road above the beach and no cars down near the beach. It made us happy we had chosen to stay in Maiori and not Positano as there would be lots of steps!
The ferry continued along the coast past a number of lovely little towns before arriving in Capri, along with all the other ferries and. We caught the funicular to the main town which had great views over the port and Bay of Naples. A quick wander through the luxury ...
We needed yet another day of rest. At breakfast, the head waiter knows everyone's name and your preference for coffee. I can't speak highly enough about the quality of service here. Antonio, the doorman, seems to be here 24 hours a day. All are friendly and sincere in their attention.
We decided to brave the sea deck again and chose as far away from the ...