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... 142) Trentola, December 27, 2011 Day 065: 1 hour, 2.0 kms From San Marcellino I head straight east towards Aversa where there’s both a train station and a subway station to Napoli. But along the way I pass what is definitely a City Hall with a board giving the town announcement of the “Communi di Trentola”… so it looks like I’ve passed through another town by accident. I figure I shouldn’t count it, since I haven’t taken ...
... narrow mouth of the grotto.
There are actually no words to describe the astonishment you feel when you realize that the tiny, near-imperceptible opening in the cliff (roughly one meter high and two meters wide) is the entrance to a supposed massive cave. It's so tiny that all of the passengers in the dingy have to lie flat on the bottom and the rower, setting down his oars because they're too wide to fit through the opening, holds on to a chain that has been strung through ...
... this planet...Too many tourist but breath taking scenery! We will enjoy this place for the next 3 days, then drive towards the region of Puglia to visit some vineyards and then Tropea in Calabria and finally finish in Sicily. I hope the weather is not to cold in Montreal, I would gladly send you some heat, sunshine and a few coffees lol :) With all my love, Dominique ...
... for me is Positano. The town drip down the mountside before spilling into the sea, a harmonious mix of pastels and whites against the blue of the sky and sea and the greens and greys of the mountains.
I liked it. A lot. We ended our day at the coast by having lunch (around 3pm) at a restaurant high up the hill with views that are burnt into my memory. As it's Edi's birthday it was appropriate to be eating on a mountain top. Cheers Edi if you read this.
New digs with a nice view! Visited an abbey on the way south with an interesting history. Created by st. Benedict on top of a mountain where there was previously a roman temple to Apollo so over 2000 years of being a holy site. Bombed by the allies during the war in error as they believed it to be a nazi stronghold but was not. Almost 300 monks killed. St Benedict reputedly fell ...