Hotel Residence Torre Sant'Angelo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... For dinner I had a pizza cone. It looks like an ice cream cone but has pizza toppings in it and then cooked till crispy. Yum. I had an Italian/English conversation with the shop owner about my travels. She couldn't believe I was doing it on my own. She even gave me a free snickers bar! I guess I get a bit blase about it cause I'm used to it and forget that not so many people do this sort of thing on their own. Looking at my map ...
... and blue inviting water,Bec found a trail to get us back up to Nerano. Up being the operative word. Some 20 odd minutes later we were back at Nerano and while it was quite a steep climb it was well marked and there was a path. So now to the hike proper.
We started out on a steep, narrow, somewhat overgrown zig-zag path through quite dense woodland and once we cleared this we were confronted with the remnants of a trail, ...
... sat on the terrace overlooking the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. We had a few drinks under the Australian flag with a wedding across the harbour inlet with a great singer and band. One of the lovely things about Italy is that there seems to be music in many places, particularly the accordian and romantic music. We stayed for dinner at the Foreigners Club and I had a delicious pasta with mussels, vongali tand ...
... many people just standing around not doing anything...
Am ready for bed by 7 pm! I check emails, check in for my flight after several unsuccessful attempts, get my stuff ready to leave in the morning and am really ready for bed and lights out at 8:45, don't think I've gone to bed this early since I was a little girl... woke up at about 3:15 am and got back to sleep about 5 ish and up a few minutes after 6... that's how my nights have been going the last few nights, o well..
... and Decumanus was either the Tetrapylon for Greeks or the Forum for Romans, the very heart of community life. In this way any Roman citizen, like Rome's soldiers, could instantly orient himself or herself upon arrival to any Roman community instantly by finding one of these two main streets. Did you realize that I have been doing the same thing this entire trip, simply finding either the cardo or decumanus of ...