Hotel Maison Raphael
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... cleanning the beach.. so it was a great support.
The first thing to see is Santa Trofimena Church, the outside is compleatly beautiful, maybe compare with the Duomo of Amalfi, is small, without the big stairs, but it has something that makes you like it so much.
Then next to the Church, there is a Piazza, infront of the " lungomare" full of Restaurants, my favourite one is " Antares" they have the best gnocchi alla sorrentina ...
... be in a hurry to go back. But we enjoy ourselves. The last two days on the coast are scheduled as pretty relaxing, for most of us anyway.
After tea, I head up with my entourage to get a hair cut. We meet Antonio who is amused (we think) at the photos and videos being taken. It is a good job. Once he finds out we are Australian he opens up about his navy service in the 1950s and shows us medals etc. A bit of fun. We say goodbye and head home. Another good ...
... by, it seems, mum, dad and daughter. Mum cooks, Dad delivers the food to tables (both probably mid 50s) and daughter does the ordering and explanation of the dishes. All quite nice and pretty cheap for the main area of Ravello. We sit with an American couple and the wife decides to feed a few stray cats which are hanging around.
It is decided then to visit Villa Cimbrone and it's gardens but check out the shops on the way. It is about a 600m walk but with quite a few steps. ...
... As Naples grew it simply built over the top of these tunnels and they were forgotten. Some homes did have access down there and used them as wine cellars, not aware that the features were from Roman times..
The next significant use for them was during WWII when they were 'rediscovered' and used as bomb shelters and could hold a number of thousand of people there. There are objects left there from this time including children's metal pedal cars. The exit from the tunnels ...
We woke up bright and early this morning to eat a good breakfast and headed to the train station to hit Ercoleno, which is a city supposedly built by Hercules. it was once covered in lava, and it was excavated a while ago but is still very much buried or dangerous. It took us two hours with a guided audio tour to get through most of it (there are many nooks to explore :p) we grabbed ...