Hotel Torre di Milo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... corner to visit one of the most complete houses (via the grave yard)
A few hours later we staggered back to our car - thank god for air con !!
We decided to take the direct approach to our next hotel in Which is right on the coast - Maiori is the true Italian Rivera !! What a bliss place. A long promenade with cafés and restaurants with a fantastic sandy beach with small waves lapping up from a dead flat sea.
... of its inhabitants as they tried to flee for safety. The ruins were accidentally discovered on 1599 and excavations began in 1748. Today, archaeologists have been able to piece together the ruins and have brought their story to life. They are still digging around the site so who knows what else they might find. Personally, I think that it takes a vivid imagination to recreate the scene. My imagination can't visualize it so it's nice flipping through this book Robin purchased that ...
... for one day, and then to Sienna. However, I want to slow it down a bit as well as it ends up that there is a big annual festival that will happen in Amalfi tomorrow night...The Festival of Sant' Andrea (St. Andrew). I couldn't miss that by one day! So, I am cancelling Venice, staying in Amalfi for a total of 5 days (the best) and then Florence for two days instead of just one.
I adjusted my reservation to stay in Amalfi for ...
... beach is larger and sandier, still black, than one in Amalfi. Needed to buy new sunglasses, mine are ugly and scratched, and Brendan's 3 euro purchase in Naples just broke. Went to the tourist office, not really much help, ...
... of which he speaks. We see no accidents but we wonder why.
We hear of everything under the sun from Claudio as we drive towards Pompeii. He discusses Italian quisine telling us that Margherita Pizza is so named because a local chef wanted to create a special dish to honor Italy’s first queen, Queen Margherita, so he created a pizza with basil, mozzarella and tomato sauce to mimic the colors of Italy: green, white and red. Voila.