Hotel del Corso
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... the road this sculpture, had only been erected four months ago and was a gift to this village by a friend, a Cuban artist. I like it. I suspect not everyone will.
On to Positano, a village smaller than Amalfi, still on the Amalfi Coast.
Antonia left us to employ the village. The narrow passages, now familiar to our eyes, were home to various shops. Some had closed for the season, others still keen to catch the "late tourists", like us, well, let's ...
... after walking around for 45 minutes). The next day we woke up for a big day of checking the ruins out in Pompeii. They were actually really cool and I couldn't believe how intact and well preserved some of the things were. They were awesome! Except some of the things were shut so we couldn't see it all. Even then though the experience was still pretty great (I know I'm actually enjoying old stuff now - what the ...
... t think I want to know but despite Jamaica consisting of 8 Italians and the quiz master was also Italian, I think the Quiz master had a run in several days ago as one of the Jamaican team members accused the Estonian team of cheating because one of their team members apparently had a problem with his bladder and kept disappearing. The quizmaster confirmed this as bona fide. Since then his allegiance switched to another country. What’s the old saying?? Once an ...
... and children begging for money. On this train, we caught our first glimpse of the sea. Amalfi is a very rocky, cliffy region with winding roads that overlook some of the bluest waters I have ever seen. We stayed at a fantastic hostel called the Ulisse Deluxe Hostel. It was honestly more of a hotel than a hostel, and was one of the cheapest on the trip! Though I’m usually a proponent of the “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” lifestyle, meaning no naps ...
... Yum. That 'beige' hotel does look stylish,did you stick to your budget? Peter
We loved reading about and looking at the photos of Pompeii and Herculeum. Thanks for sharing. I do read your blog at work and Kathy happened to say the other day that they still talk about the pizza they had in Sorrento being the best they've ever tasted. I wonder if it was the same place???? Hamish said he's very jealous! Sonia and Hamish