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 ...
... a church service in a tiny church on the main road opposite the beach. An unlikely place for a church but it was so beautiful with all the candles and a special Eucharist statue that was lit and was the centre of the congregations attention. We actually had no idea what was going on but the spectacle was wonderful. When we came out it was windy and cold and time to go to bed.Today we caught the train to Rome, first class so comfortable.
Ciao Amalfi ...
... and window shopped. This gave Mike plenty of practice time for his "Italian old man stroll". He has perfected the clasping of hands behind his back and walking ever so slowly like every older Italian man in every Italian village, town or city. And starting every sentence with "Okay, looooooook". We crack up. If an Italian man does speak any English, they add these two words to all of their communication, it is so fun to hear. My one big question though and maybe I need to direct ...
... 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 ...
Well it did not take us long to adapt to the southern Italia lifestyle. We abandoned life as we know it and spent lazy mornings mesmerized by our beautiful views, hours climbing stairs, more hours swimming in the sea, evenings eating pasta and drinking wine along with our friendly euchre competition with the kids. We have toured the Amalfi coast and especially love Praiano and Positano. The driving is absolutely insane and the bus ...