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... were allowed down onto the beach that we could see about 120 meters directly below us ! "YesYes" he said "Just walk down the road about 15m's climb the wall and walk down the 400 steps and you are there". We did just that .... only to find a beach with not a single grain of sand on it but covered in big pebbles ! Oh well, we were so hot by then we just wanted to go in the water. So we strip off ....... we are both glowing white, the ...
... We couldn't appreciate the view very often as the rocky path had a vertical sure death edge with no railings much of the time. I thought I read that this was rated as an easy hike but it was the worst grueling one I have ever taken and was glad to reach our destination alive. Elaine and John would love it. I freaked Mark out when I took a bad trip fall down some rocks ...
... rust are rejected as water may be able to enter. Unfortunately the only way to test for holes is to climb inside and have someone shut the doors, something which gave me season 2 ‘the wire’ flashbacks! *Shudder*.
That afternoon we had a very detailed tour of La Doria's can making facilities. La Doria produce all of their own cans at their Angri and Sarno sites. Together the sites can produce 2.5 million cans a day. Cans are produced ...
... wood, stood in the same place, but this became dangerous when drunk spectators started to push over pillars on gladiators.
As the sun started to fall, we called it quits and hopped back on the train. Being in Napoli, we figured our last meal ought to be pizza. We did our homework and decided on Pizzeria Da Michele, which has been in Naples for about 140 years and is apparently "the birthplace" of pizza. Their menu consists of two ...
This once thriving Roman city was buried in ash following the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Today, it provides us with a fascinating look at life in a Roman merchant city. Our guide will lead us through the excavations within the city ...