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... 8212;you’ve got to be very focused on the road. Walking has it’s drawbacks too, with no sidewalk or shoulder, but it’s definitely the best option, with cool surprises around every bend. Sometimes a beautiful mansion almost hanging from the cliff, sometimes a stone stairway that disappears up the mountain. There’s village tucked away way up there… maybe another time… It’s dusk when we reach our next town, Atrani, ...
“money?”- they’ve been taught well!). There were also some men yelling out
“Roma” and “*******o” and making everyone quite uncomfortable. On the train a
Roma lady was playing accordion whilst her son (dressed in a tux looking like
Manny from Modern Family) asked for money. So now we have seen the infamous
Pompeii itself, once we finally made it, was fantastic. The ...
... as it is a fixed price. €35 per person. Foods are all organic and the vegetables come from their own garden.
We were immediately brought bruschetta and a bottle of wine.
Next came antipasti, which was prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, eggplant, chick peas, brown beans, peas, little pizza pops, spinach, broccoli and more.
Next was the “primo” (first) course, which is always pasta. The picture doesn’t do it justice but there were about ...
... with many hairpin turns. Once up the mountain into the town of Anacapri, we purchase our tickets for the chairlift. It is a 15 minute ride up to the highest point on the island. We arrive just in time to get a photo of one side of the island, but the other, looking down into Capri Town is in the clouds. That’s ok, because it was fun experiencing that bus ride. Back down and we catch the boat back to Positano. As we pull in to the dock we see ...
Pompeii seems like a distant memory now, although only under a week ago. We are now laying by the pool in Mykonos and I have taken the opportunity to catch up on my diary and it is proving difficult as all concept of time is lost!! Pompeii was certainly interesting although a little disappointing as I believe my idea of what we would see on the walking tour was certainly not correct. We saw two bodies that had been moved in to a storage area with the ...