Hotel La Palma
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... feet high and four feet wide, and is in the face of a lofty perpendicular cliff -- the sea-wall. You enter in small boats -- and a tight squeeze it is, too. You can not go in at all when the tide is up. Once within, you find yourself in an arched cavern about one hundred and sixty feet long, one hundred and twenty wide, and about seventy high. How deep it is no man knows. It goes down to the bottom of the ocean. The waters of this placid subterranean ...
... hair!! ...oh Susanna such vanity!
We both agreed though that during the summer busy season, it would be "something" special.
The views as we ascended to Anacapri were stunning, in all directions. Once we made it to the piazza we said "goodbye" to Antonio (another Antonio) for the time being.
Now we were about to take a chair lift to the very pinnacle ... Don't know how high, but high...thirteen minutes high sitting in a single chair with only a single ...
... at of the ancient treasures. The collection was really unbelievable.
The frescoes in the Raphael Rooms, were created by Raphael and his students when Pope Julius II commissioned Raphael to decorate four rooms of his private apartments. The work started in 1610 and took 16 years to finish which gave Raphael a reputation as great as Michelangelo. Raphael died before the work was finished. Raphael’s frescoes made the museum as great a treasure as ...
... with. The roots are deep here in Italy- from the simple life, to the fresh, delicious food, the deep roots of religion/faith, and finally to the passion that exists here on so many levels. I am so proud to be an Italian American who carries that faith and passion within my soul.
We have to check out now.
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... the people here :) Joined the tour down at the Wharf. A rather small boat with a small group of people which was good. Saw lots of other boats which were crowded with people. Our captain was a rather muscular looking guy ( got a photo for you Alex ! ) so that made the trip a little more interesting. Most of the people on our tour were quite sea sick......not us though, we had our Kwells thank goodness. Stopped along the way for a swim and to look at a few Grotto's. Arrived ...