Relais Villa Signorini
Travel Blogs from Ercolano
... and orange groves. The owner of the farm explained to us the process of making limoncello! Then we saw olive tree orchards and he explained the process of making extra virgin olive oil by showing us the factory equipment. Next we visited the cow barn and he explained that they make mozzarella and ricotta cheese here every day. His wife then demonstrated the process for us....soooo cool!! ...
... of the buildings were better preserved and some of the artifacts still have colour on them. A small but wonderful glimpse into the Roman empire.
We saw the 3D movie describing the eruption and then walked the grounds. Wonderfully beautiful.
Next up...Don Alfonso 1890 and some food pics!
... into the plaster, and when you have the etching right next to an intact fresco where the pattern clearly continues from one to the other, it's a bit like getting a behind the scenes look at how it was created. Blows watching Bob Ross create his happy trees right out of the water.
... through an orchard unnoticed and up across a little gully. But then I found myself in a mess of blackberry brambles, and it took me a half an hour just to cover a couple of meters! No way I’m going to make it to the top of the mountain at this pace!
Just as things were starting to look hopeless, I spotted a hole in a chainlink fence that looked a bit more clear… and gingerly stepped inside… This led me to another fence where ...
... use. I have also heard that toxic material has been dumped into the ground locally courteous of the local corrupt politicians and mafia. It’s hard to get past the rubbish and generally run down appearance of Napoli, but I tried and pizza is the main recommendation whilst there however I have had so much pizza that I was not simple interested.
In the evening I headed back to Sorrento to meet Phil & Soko who arrive for a weeks holiday with Phil treating us to ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility