Hotel San Giorgio
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... hub for the region (as there was evidence of foreign goods and services within the city.) The interesting thing about the city is that it is now buried under around 20 metres of volcanic material and as such, much of the city remains buried under the medieval town (and now modern town) of Herculano. Now, the town is situated kilometres from the shoreline and now houses full remains of buildings to their full extend (including height). It is also home ...
... Perfect timing. Our driver had arranged for the adults to taste a local drink called Lemincello. 20% proof. Lemons, grapes, figs, and olives grow in this area, and Lemincello is a popular drink. Katarina, our guide to the Vatican, even told us we must try it if we were heading to Naples. It's served out of the freezer in super-chilled shot glasses. Four arrived on a saucer. We each grabbed one. I'm not a drinker, but I'm willing to try anything once. One small taste was enough for ...
... our trip advised us to avoid Naples, due to extreme poverty and high crime, so the itinerary offered by this driver was perfect. Plans for the day included a guided tour of Pompeii, then a drive down
the Amalfi Coast to Sorrento and Positano, so the driver headed directly
for Pompeii. There is so much to see in this part of the world that a day hardly does it justice, but since that's all we had we'd make the best of it. Seeing the Amalfi Coast has been ...
... answer those …. Oh well, never mind.
We got in the coach and went straight to the back - no-one is going to hack all ovder me thanks so what happens? A nice Aussie lady next to me starts hacking.
Off we go !
Seated on the coach and our guide is Salvio … nice enough man at the door but in the end I just wanted to shoot him. He was very entertaining and used funny voices and giggles and the cynic in me thought he was “playing ...
... pope who would focus on North and South America?
*should the new pope push the church to focus on souls more than politics. Less structure, and more presence on the ground, here with the people?
All these remain unanswered for now but I do like how well protected and respected Pope Benedict has been treated since his resignation. Regardless of the why he left/ resigned, Gods people are called to love one another and treat each other as they themselves ...