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... to call The Ministry of Magic . Thats easier for us to remember.
Nona had asked her husband to drive us, that was very nice too.
Mr Nonna was waiting for us, he didn't say a lot . We think he was a principle of a high school which are on holidays now. He said for us to ring him when we got back and he would pick us up again from the station.
There are two railway stations in Pompeii, one is on the Napali line, one on the ...
... i was lucky enough to try all the ways possible:
- BUS: it cost 2.30 € one way ( you can take all the buses you want in 60 min) Horrible for people that get sick in the car, the views are amazing , but you will get the feeling that's you life its worthless than a dollar. If you start in Salerno, you will need to change the bus in Amalfi.
- Boat: there is a line of big touristic boats, that ...
... this time, the ground floor of the aile du Nord was converted into a gallery of French history from the 17th century to the 19th century. (Kemp, 1976; Meyer, 1985) Current use The Fifth Republic has enthusiastically promoted the museum as one of France’s foremost tourist attractions (Opperman, 2004). The palace, however, still serves political functions. Heads of state are regaled in the Hall of Mirrors; the Sénat and the Assemblée nationale meet in congress ...
... top wasn't such a bad idea because it was sweltering. Air conditioning you ask? Open windows! Upon arrival at San Angello Keith's suitcase that we were schlepping through the streets to the hostel had a flat. Finally we arrive at the hostel, which sits on the Amalfi coast and is lovely, and check in. Later we were going to dinner and a korean, college age young girl came in with a sliced open foot. The girl behind the desk directed her to ...
... and his tablecloth was getting wet. We left and once again wandered through the shops on the way home. There is lemon everything here, including lemons the size of rockmelons. We went into a lemon sweet shop and sampled the wares. They sell these amazing limoncello balls - white chocolate over crisp chocolate biscuit with a liquid limoncello inside, about the size of a malteser. So yummy. We bought some to take home for a gift, but have eaten them ...
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