Le Terrazze Residence&Resort
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... in some homes, which provides evidence that the wealthy did have running water.
One of the best preserved places in Pompeii was actually a brothel. There were 5 rooms and they each had a bed made out of concrete, and there was a roof. There were 25 brothels discovered in Pompeii.
Our final stop on our tour was the town square. From there you can actually see Mt. Vesuvius in the distance. There is where they had all of ...
... in the 2009 musical film Nine in the song "Cinema Italiano". It also hosts the annual Cartoons on the Bay Festival, at which Pulcinella awards for excellence in animation are presented. From July 1967 and through most of the 1970s, Positano was home to singer-songwriter Shawn Phillips and where most of his best-known work was composed. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards from The Rolling Stones wrote the song "Midnight Rambler" in the cafes of Positano while on vacation. German ...
I am now on the Amalfi Coast. We arrived here on Saturday the 24th of May. On Sunday we went to Positano which is the closest town to our villa and sussed out what we were doing the following days. The day after we visited Pompeii
Ruins but considering that they had been preserved for thousands of years they were not really ruined. The pots and pans and some houses were still completely intact. It was really ...
... a walk along the waterfront and it's a beautiful day but a bit windy. We have a cappuccino overlooking the water. We walk up lots of stairs and down again through an area where people live. It's a lovely little village and we both love it. We bought 2 different types of salami and have Bree biscuits and salami with the white wine. I make spaghetti for dinner. We go out for 2 draught beers and then go back to the room to watch Breaking ...
... the "outside" (cliff side) side of the road! I think we both agree that it's quite an experience, but one we're thankful we don't have to experience every day. The hillside is indeed beautiful and the fact that these towns were even built is amazing. I think I read somewhere that a while back (early 1900s, maybe) there was an earthquake that took out a good bit of one of the towns. Between that and the proximity to Vesuvius, ...