Hotel Villa Hibiscus
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... download images but it was a truly beautiful, sad sculpture of Jesus with a veil over him. We walked down one of the main shopping/tourism roads – it was better than I expected but still a bit dodgy compared to other parts of Italy. Just crowded and dilapidated and edgy. The Duomo was covered in gold and yet another example of over the top decoration – which is great to see. Before we went today we read that you have to have pizza in Naples. We did have ...
... Pompeii. Driving along the Amalfi Coast is a once in a lifetime experience. Some towns are horizontal and others are built vertically. Each is unique - Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi - all beautiful. Each however is shadowed by Mount Vesuvius which is now twin peaked since it last erupted in 1944. More about that later.
While in Amalfi I learnt about Amalfi Paper. This is made from cotton and truly beautiful. The invitation ...
... must be pumped in via an aqueduct. Originally the place was inhabited by mountain goats which are still here but not prominent. The name for this island comes from the latin word for goat! We also learned, that English speaking peoples pronounce the name of the place as if it were French. Italians don't care for that. It is pronounced with the greater emphasis on the first syllable, making the sound " car". Capri town is higher up the mountain. The port is the Marina. There are ...
Florence is behind us! While we had fun it wasn't Rome. Jo coming up north to see us was great! Shopping with Jo was and is amazing, she called me mum as I kept saying do you already have one of those Jo? We saw the statue of David and walked around the Athena but it isn't really our style of venue. That night we went to a class where we made pizza ...
... br> An enjoyable lunch, in a cliff top restaurant followed and we were lucky enough to score a front row table, with a great uninterrupted view.
A wander through the shops and streets followed before returning to the vernacular for the trip back to the marina.
The taxis were interesting here as they appeared to be open, but are stretched small cars, with canvas shade cloths for ...