Hotel Il Forno Antico
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... until the 1800s. Usually these places would have been pillaged over the centuries, as was the case in Rome at the Colosseum and such. An interesting side note is that in 1943, the Allied troops were here during the "landing of Salerno" and used the temple of Hera as a military tent hospital. Ken remembered seeing a movie about General Patton that took place here. There is a small museum containing some artifacts that we ...
... my quiet reflection moments in Borneo when I was 17. It was the first time I'd ever travelled overseas, and honestly I didn't really want to go. The Borneo jungle and scenery was so foreign, and the climate so muggy. The smell of sewerage, the foreign food, the different language, culture, people. The fact that I stood out, all white and rich and sweaty. The sinking feeling when I realised that I would never ever fit in. Travelling to Borneo was an unexpectedly challenging ...
Beautiful campsite on the beach chilling for five days after a busy couple of weeks in Rome and Napoli... Just had a lovely morning with Linda and Patrick from Belguim, nice people... The Drone has been back in the air showing the coastline we are now on just past The Amalfi Coast, next stop Sicily just the 6hr drive to get down ...
Good morning from the always lovely decks of the Milena. This will be our second, and last night in Acciaroli. Tonight I am going to make dinner for Jacques and Marina. Jacques requested pork chops, and Marina said there is a good butcher in Acciaroli. Good, I thought, because I need four chops, around two inches thick each. Around 10:00a.m., Marina and I headed out to do the food shopping for dinner, before it got too hot. What fun we had, even though ...
... with chairs/tables in green outdoor carpeting, under a tent, we ordered: spaghetti vongole, calamari, and capriosa pizza. The restaurant was clean, and packed with families, all with very well behaved kids under the age of 8 years. Our dinners all arrived at separate times. Marina's calamari and fries came first. Jacques nibbling on her food almost faster than she could eat it herself. My capriosa personal pizza was next. The small size was too large for me, so ...