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... as the attic but has since been converted into a comfortable three bedroom apartment. The ground floor of the house dates back to 1100 and the upper storeys were added in the 1800s. Fortunately, our "attic house" has late 20th Century plumbing and wiring. The whole house has been in our landlady's family for a couple of centuries and her brother and her mother live in the lower floors; a very Italian arrangement. The view from our bedroom ...
"You got to be careful if you don't know where you’re going, because you might not get there." Yogi Berra
Last week we covered a number of the distant sights. This week, a couple of spots closer to home and a little on Palermo, our base for the past fortnight. We round it out with something on our trip from Palermo to the Salerno area in Campania.
Mondello is Palermo's version of Oriental Parade on a ...
... highlights: the best pizza I have ever eaten (Gusta Pizza – go!), taking an illegal selfie with 'the David’ and secret bakery. Secret bakery is the kind of hipster trend that would fit right in in East London. Each night, a different bakery in Florence ‘secretly’ opens it’s back doors after 1am ...
... to Naples as Emma was confident that she and the team would be able to find an alternative supplier in Italy to work with fairly soon. I met Rachel in Cava de Tirreni (small Italian town near the Amalfi coast) as originally planned and we decided to spend our new found free week to explore Italy. We started with nearby Herculaneum, an ancient Roman town buried by about 20 metres of ash after the eruption of Mount Vesuvius ...
... to stand all the way for 45 minutes.
Our target was Positano - according to a few guides, the most charming of all the Amalfi Coast towns. The road there was crazy - I would hate to have driven. The bus honked it's horn when approaching corners to warn on coming drivers that it was coming around, probably cutting over to the wrong side of the road to take the hair pin turn. What is even more scary is when you realise that often not all ...