Minerva Resort Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... tucked away and figure… what the hell… Not many people out and about—this is Christmas after all. There are some guys who roast artichokes and sell them by the side of the road. 1149. A Friendly Audience (Italy 126) Pagani, December 25, 2011 Day 063: 2 hours, 3.0 kms Pagani is a large, fully alive town. Here I decide to check out the Nativity Scene Competition—which apparently is serious business here in this region. People compete ...
... not qualify.
We we were given ear pieces and transmitters and like true tourists followed the purple umbrella.
The Pompeii experience was so much better than we had expected.The town of 15 -17000 people covering 100 acres that was covered in 2 metres of ash in 79 AD when Vesuvius erupted
reveals so much about life as it was then .
We found it fascinating to learn how to distinguish between where shops had previously stood ...
... coming and going and kids playing in a park. Then we did treat ourselves to a stop for gelato. We called this our Easter candy, without the basket. Mike and I caught the bus back to Amalfi, hate to say it but it was another game of extreme sardine packing practice. Luckily Mike and I had our seats, together this time, and we were standing firm with locked arms to not allow any intruders into our space. We rode the bus into Amalfi town so we could walk around a bit more while not ...
... have coffee... It's very reminiscent of Venice, with its small alley ways, etc. we'd like to explore more, but of course being on a tour (this time with Sascha), we were marched on and given little time to wander the paths. Further up we travelled, up a winding and small road to the top of the island (Ana Capri) to have lunch and to take in the sights of the chair lifts (particularly high but great views). Sorry, not very I formative I ...