Hotel La Conca Azzurra
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... show disdain too! One I do remember was the Emperor Tiberius, who came here because he didn't like the unpleasantness of Rome with its political intrigues. The remains of his villa are still here but not accessible by any but the highly motivated such as archaeologists. There is a sheer cliff face nearby of 300 metres called Tiberius Leap where it is said that anyone displeasing Tiberius found themselves being pushed. The origins of this story are not confirmed, but it was ...
... mud and silt. This tragic occurrence would have joined the long list of lost calamities were it not for the sudden and complete burial of the towns. Post-renaissance Italians rediscovered the volcanic tombs and found them to be a nearly perfect time capsule of first century Roman life. Excavation revealed paintings, sculptures, tools, pottery, and even some human and animal remains. I've given this probably too lengthy intro because the life of life, ...
Today we woke up to a bright blue sky after am almighty storm where Sue Paine rescued the washing while everyone else slept or pretended to sleep. Caught the bus at 8.50am to Praiano to walk the Path of the Gods. We were advised to get off the bus at Prainao just past the town square and fountain, however the fountain and square were about 20 feet by 20 feet, well hidden, thank goodness for a young American couple who were better prepared with a book of tracks rather than the ...
... lady there was so lovely she gave us a taste of some flavours and then I thought she would stop as we were already convinced that the gelati was gorgeous and were going to buy one each but she just kept on giving us more spoons with different flavours on. We must have tried almost ll the flavours a d there were probably around 20! I settled on lemon and caramel and they were delicious. Typical that we discovered the best gelati right at the end of our ...
... very friendly people along the way; both ascending and descending. One man we met on our way down, aged 68 asked if it was much further to the top. We said he had a ways to go, but Chery advised him to do as she had been doing on the way up and that was to take it "a rock at a time." The laughter seemed to help so we stopped and visited with him for a few minutes before we continued down. Interesting tidbit is that we met three young college students; ...