Il Granaio dei Casabella
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We also went down a lane way where the shopkeepers all make little clay figurines and paint them. They come in a vast array of types. People buy them particularly at Christmas in order to make a Christmas displays, though judging by some of the figurines they are bought for far more occasions.
We then went to the amazing Pompeii.... fantastic... Another ticked off item on ...
... in and makes you happy to lay on a bed of rocks for hours. Everyone's mood changed to total relaxation once we arrived. The girls spent the morning swimming out to the nets and diving for stones.
Soon it was time to head for the Piazza is search of pizza and gelato for lunch. But we left it too late to go grocery shopping. Some of the older shop keepers who served the local meats, cheese and bread closed just after mid- day not to open again till 4.30pm. We realised ...
... Friday morning, and spent a couple of hours in the bus before winding around and around a mountain to pull up to Montecassino, the birthplace of Western Christian monasticism as founded by St. Benedict. It's not the original Montecassino, as
that one was destroyed by Allied bombings in World War II, but after the war ended, funds poured in from many different sources so it could be rebuilt almost exactly as Montecassino had been. Though it's not the original, ...
... next stop was Amalfi, a pretty town with a distinctive bell tower and the Duomo, with its 13-century fašade. Located on the Bay of Salerno, it was a maritime powerhouse centuries ago. There were restaurants and shops everywhere. Limoncello, Italy’s famous lemon liqueur was available in abundance. I bought a bag of lemon-shaped soaps that smell divine.
Onward to Ravello, the southernmost ...
... us there so we could check out more of the town along the way. About halfway down the hill to the water we realised just how steep it was and how many stairs we’d also come down. That meant the trip back up wasn’t going to be pleasant at all. Oh well, no time to think about that now or we’d never keep going and besides, great way to walk off a pastry breakfast! I think Chris’ concern was his legs were still hurting from the stair climb a couple of ...