Hotel Le Terrazze
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... 8364;1. The best part was the boat trip out to the grotto and back when we could sit back in the sunshine and relax surrounded by blue water. After a little shopping and a late 3.00 pm fish lunch we decided dinner would be cheese, salami, prosciutto, olives and fresh bread which we purchased on our way home and enjoyed on the balcony back at the hotel.
Next day Positano was on the agenda as we had been told by friends who have ...
... or to Napoli centrale. Everyone on the Rick Steve's board said to just go to Napoli centrale, even though it didn't make any sense to me. But we did that - mistake. The station was under construction and it was a real pain to get from the tram to the station. We just got behind some people who looked like they were local and had a suitcase, and darted in and out of traffic behind them! Kurt said he didn't understand how they were driving, there weren't really lanes or ...
Archeologists have made plaster casts of some of the human remains they have found by pouring the plaster into the cavity left by the decayed body, clearly showing the exact position of the person when he or she died, down the folds in their clothes. These are quite eerily, there is one that looks like they are asleep, one crouched praying and another that looks to be contorted in pain.
The entertainment quarter was really ...
... rediscovery, and excavation of Pompeii and Herculaneum are so extraordinary. Almost 2000 years ago, a mountain explosively dismantled itself, threw its bits all over the region. Then about 1500 years, the daily lives of its hapless victims are laid bare once again. We scored a three-fer on Monday, first visiting the ruins of the small village of Herculaneum before driving and hiking to the current peak of Mt. Vesuvius. (The views from the edge of ...
... at Amalfi so it was the first time in a while where the view was entirely up. Which also meant that was the direction we would have to walk! Pete had spotted some sort of arch leading into an area with lots of people on the bus just before we arrived and after a false start, found it and it turned out to be the main street and shopping precinct at Amalfi.
We proceeded up the street (and hill) doing the usual tourist stuff, taking pics of the houses, ...