Palazzo Marzoli Resort
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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Travel Blogs from Positano
... pleased with the positive reviews. The next step was to cut the fresh lemon leaves to be the size of the fillets of fish that we then lightly coated with fresh cheese and handmade bread crumbs. These little bites were our appetizers, and as you can see from the picture, they were "molto delicioso" indeed.
The second course that we prepared was potato gnocchi with tomato sauce. All of the ingredients used in the restaurant ...
... the chariots through. There was a lot of shops and lots of mansions we entered. Three mansions all looked exactly the same. Pompeii has only 20% excavated at this time and we only had time to see a small section of Pompeii. The main forum used to be covered in white marble that would have gleamed brightly in its hay day. The roads were all paved with large basalt stones and on the corners there were raised stepping stones so that ...
... places and lovely villas all taking advantage of the sweeping views. The 4wd bit of the ride was fun. Very bumpy. The bus dropped us off at around 500m from the top and then we had to climb a 1km long track up the side of the mountain. It was very steep and uneven and gravely. Hard work. The view at the top would have been amazing if it weren't for the ...
... the well preserved baths of the forum complete with ancient stone lockers and a fountain engraved with the names of the two politicians who paid for it for your public pleasure. We visit one of the thermopoleums or snack bars that were located throughout the city. It has holes on the counter which held pots of different types of food for sale, the original fast food joints. We pass an arch that was part of the hundred mile aqueduct system here. These arches usually held water ...
On the way to Pompei we saw Mt Vesuvius... huge mountian. It was a little overcast, but we could see the outline. Mount Vesuvius errupted in 79 AD and covered Pompei and at that time the town had aproximatly 20k inhabitants and was the vacation spot for many Romans. Pompei was a lot larger than I expected. Our guide showed us a house that people lived in. They had slanted roofs to ...