Terme del Tufaro Spa & Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bus stop, then discovered since it's Monday it was closed along with the garden.... so we now have bus tickets for the next trip to Salerno! Onto plan D, stay in town (obviously) and have a bit of a relaxing day! sounds better and better ;-) This has actually been one of the best days, in a 3 week span, it really is nice to occasionally take a day and not have it be jam packed with activities. So first we had a couple ...
... ready for the evening.
7pm we joined the Commodore for cocktails, and were surprised to find he had all of his senior team there, and we were one of only 3 couples attending. Spent an interesting hour chatting, mostly with the Commodore and the Customer Service Manager. Then on to the Queen's Grill for dinner, then back to our room to pack because bags had to be outside ready for pickup before 11pm.
... We arrived at a store that does inlayed wood designs. It was fascinating to see how this craft is done and it also made me really appreciate the wood pieces that my parents still have in their home in Orlando today!
Next we were back on the bus to drive through the Almafi coast on our way to Pompeii! It was crazy driving through these tiny streets on a huge bus while knowing at any second you could fall off the side of ...
... with crumbling 5 story buildings facing off across the gap, balconies draped in flower boxes, almost touching. Some streets were so narrow you could touch both sides with arms outstretched (ok, my arms didn't quite reach, but I was very close!). We visited San Matteo Cathedral where the Apostle Matthew is buried. (Said a prayer for all the Matthews in the family!). The current church is dated from 1070, some Norman masterpiece. Underneath, the crypt ...
Fantastic day travelled by bus to visit Pompeii. Amazing site of a city that was buried in ash and rocks after the eruption of Mt Vesuvius in 79AD. All inhabitants were killed by toxic gas and the excavations show how people lived at that time.
Streets with houses ...