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TripAdvisor Reviews Rifugio Fasanelli Rotonda
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... complete. Most of the marble pieces were less than a ¼ of inch. We pass the private family chapel and move into the Tapestry Gallery. There are HUGH tapestries lining the walls of this long gallery, most of which are over 400 years old. Each one of these tapestries took over 10 years to complete and are made of silk and cotton. The last tapestry in the gallery has an optical illusion in that when you stand on the right side the ...
... us further south to our destination Maratea in Posetano. Momentarily, we had a couple of doubts until we realized that A30 and A3 were one and the same....whew!
As we continued south, we began to encounter increasingly higher hills with heavy vegitation. Another 30 kms down the road and he freeway began to go through the mountainous terrain rather than around them. We counted 28 fairly lengthy tunnels on our journey south. By the time we were 50 kms south of Naples, we ...
... knuckles up to see the Cristo statue above us and through the village of Maratea. The feat of building this thing where it is blows the mind and converts one's legs to jelly. I have great respect for Italian engineers - not so the kamikaze drivers.
On our drive to Sorrento we called in to Paestrum to view what remains of a 6th century Greek town with forum and agora in pretty good condition. We are in Sorrento ...
... rence de richesses entre les 2 régions, il m'indique aussi la frontière délimitée par un petit pont sur cette route sinueuse à souhait. C'est vrai les maisons sont un peu plus délabrés en Calabre...
Je finis mon aller a Praia a Mare , le brésil ? , copacabana ?, et non personne sur cette plage sans fin , garnis de petits galets grisonnants. C'est beau, mais je dois penser au retour et prendre mon temps à arpenter le village romantique de Maratea. Un des plus ...
We finally made it to the start of the Amalfi Coast. Three interesting situations presented themselves to us today. 1) A few miles after leaving the morning's hotel, we were flagged over by the Italian Federal Police. We dutifully pulled over. An officer approached me demanding something. As he was speaking Italian, I had no clue as to what he was asking. I gave him the deer in the headlights look and asked if ...