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Beautiful hotel, great location, not too noisy, very friendly staff, fantastic breakfast!!
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... suspect is actually her bedroom when she doesn't have a couple staying] is quite stunning, looking out over the town of Corpo di Cava to the Apennines on the left and the coastal city of Salerno [and capital of this province] on the right.
Corpo di Cava is really tucked into the hills and this was not too much of a surprise in daylight. It has an 11th Century Abbazia [Abbey] which was later extended with the addition of a very ...
... scale, with a long curving stretch of golden sand. The waters are quite clear [even on a very cloudy about-to-rain day] and it is rated by Palermanese as one of the places to be during the summer. Many homes fall into the palazzo category. Originally, however, it was [and part of it still remains] a fishing village. There is an old tuna factory [still working up till the early 20th Century], in the northern end of the town and ...
... freshly made cut-price croissants and doughnuts. A keen sense of smell is necessary.
Today we started our placement with La Doria in Angri. We’re staying in a gorgeous little b&b in the middle of the countryside with a landlady who speaks not one word of English (the phrasebook is getting good use Debbie ...
... see photo). We soon learnt that Italian public transport on a Sunday was quite infrequent and unpredictable, meaning that it took us about 5 hours to get to and from Herculaneum- normally a 90 minute journey! On Monday we moved northwards to Rome, a city that I have wanted to visit for a long time. We explored many of the famous ancient Roman sites: the Colosseum, forum, The Vatican and Sistine Chapel to name a few! After ...
On the train from Naples to our next accommodation in Vico Equence I was once again reminded of how backwards Italy is. The train had no smoking stickers all over it, yet at the front of the train the driver is sitting with the cabin door wide open, wearing jeans and a t-shirt smoking a pipe of all things. The smoke was blowing straight into the cabin where there were plenty of parents and children sitting. Do you think anyone cared? No, do you think the driver would ...