Residenza del Duca Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... sauce and gorgonzola sauce. We got to sample each as it was served over the most tender piece of beef. Pretty darn good--but, probably nothing I'll make at home.
Today was the day we decided to do the "Nordic Experience". Now, let me tell you about the "Nordic Experience"! Jan and I were partners in this crime and Joanne was our photographer.
Step 1--Relax in the large hot tub that can send jets ...
... and I was in a highly anxious state for the journey. People say "confront your fears," well, the terror that I feel on windy, mountain roads does NOT diminish when I drive on them and it never will. Whatever…
We finally arrived in the town of Amalfi and checked into a beautiful little tiled room with en-suite in the heart of the town. There are two main piazzas within a 5 minute walk and a beautiful cathedral that dominates one of them. This is a ...
... bring it to a close. I do manage to upload a few pics but that's about it. We sit and chat about what we've done, where we've been and the people we've met along the way. I still have to do a few reviews of the places we've been and most, if not all, of the Trip Advisor reviews I promised to do as well. I have come to understand how important these reviews are for the people that own and run the businesses in this modern world of social media, and I will ...
We played sweet and sour and I got a lot of sweets. It is where you wave at other people and if they wave back it is sweet and if they don't wave it is sour.
We stopped at a little place and jumped into the clear water.
It was so nice after being in the sun for most of the day.
Dad went under water with the Gopro and videoed me under water and I waved at it. ...
... what to expect we were both blown away by the size and number of buildings that are preserved. We saw into rich peoples houses, bars and shops, streets with wagon wheel tracks cut into the basalt cobblestones, temples and even a brothel! In some of the buildings the plaster was still intact that were painted, we also saw some mummified bodies and skeletons. I have often wondered why the people were caught so off guard as it was buried ...