Villa Mon Plaisir
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... men chat nearby and don’t seem to mind my peculiar routine. 1196. Squeezing in One More Town (Italy 173) Mugnano, January 4, 2012 Day 073: 2.2 kms, 2 hours—Day total: 36.2 There’s a town right next to Giugliano and I can’t resist trying to squeeze it in as well, strumming in nice little plaza next to a giant Christmas tree, with cheery street lamps lighting up the narrow cobblestone streets. Then I start hiking south, just to explore the ...
... had dinner at the hostel. After a day of drinking and sun we were all wiped out and called it a night early. The next morning we had to be up relatively early to head to the city of Pompei.
Since I am no history buff I didn't realize how significant the visit to Pompei would be. I'm stealing the facts off the internet to share with you all: At it's height Pompeii had a population of nearly 20,000 people. This happens to be a highly active volcanic area, ...
... Adventure. There are laws surrounding the seating capacity of buses that can drive on the Amalfi Coast and rules around which direction they can drive. For instance, our bus was only allowed to drive from north to south and unfortunately for me I sat on the wrong side of the bus so I didn't get the best views of the coast.
As we entered the coastline our tour guide played some theme music to get us in the mood, 'Danger Zone' ...
... and thirsty, this is for sure the drink of choice. Just one spritz before lunch and then "acqua con gas." This is really sparking water. When you order water, you have the choice of "with gas" (sparkling) or "still" (plain water). I never really cared for sparkling water before, but now I can see how refreshing it is. I am now a fan of water "with gas!"
The bus ride back to Amalfi...now that was a bit of an adventure. First, I had a bit of a ...
... to our hotel, doing some souvenir shopping along the way and got back around 3:00. Our train didn't leave for another hour and a half so we figured we had some time to go see the beach. The elderly gentlemen from our hotel let us borrow a map so we could find the beach. It was about a 25 minute walk to the dock and a huge cruise ship was blocking our view of the ocean. The road was lined with cinder blocks so we sat on them while Rachel and Jalyn reminisced about ...