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... noticed that there were no other boats on the stretch that had been teeming with ships on the way out. We found out later that they had even suspended ferry service that afternoon. On the plus side though, I did see a dolphin jump completely out of the water during the chaos. At first I thought it might have been a near death hallucination but then I saw him again and I'm fairly certain he was real.
As we rounded the final corner into the calm water of Sorrento ...
... down to Capri town and from there Ron, Jan and myself walked up to Villa Jovis which is a long way up and quite steep, although a good path. We stopped for lunch along the way and when we got there it had actually closed for the day twenty minutes earlier but the man let us in which was a good thing after the long walk. The ruins of this villa has spectacular views and covers an enormous area and was the Temple Villa from ...
... 070 920 9138, www.coptur.net), open daily 9.30am–1hr before sunset; €5.50. Monuments and sites: Sardinia has few known monuments but many are well worth visiting. Check in particular Cagliari (Sard. Casteddu, Castle), Oristano, Sassari, Alghero, Olbia, and Nuoro. Nuraghi and Domus de janas (Sard. for witch houses) are found in many places, in particular in Barumini (Su Nuraxi, in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites since 1997) and around Alghero. Tharros, ...
... and harpsichord in one of the lage galleries. It was a lovely atmosphere and a nice place to sit and rest while Ken was drawing.
After the museum we headed down the main shopping street towards the port. The weather had fined up and the sun was shining. This street is busy, part of it is open to limited traffic so there is a nice mall feel to it. The little streets running of the side were small and interesting to look at.
We saw a boy ...
... Lazio (province of Frosinone and Latina ), Abruzzo , Molise , Campania , Puglia , Basilicata , Calabria , Sicily . The piper is the player of the bagpipes. Commonly these bagpipers are the musicians or figures that with the arrival of Christmas (especially during the Novena of ' Immaculate Conception and Christmas), wander the streets, dressed in typical attire , playing Christmas ...
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