Pensione Gli Ulivi
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... we go ahead and find a supermarket to stock up on supplies, as there probably won’t be a lot of cheap places to eat along the way. Maiori is small, but it is a sort of little commercial hub for this mini-region. The Rain I can’t help but notice the irony when it starts to pour down rain. See, I had been specifically postponing my Amalfi hike for the days when, according to the forecast it wasn’t supposed to rain, doing my more ...
Early Saturday morning we took off for Pompeii. The town is famously known for being destroyed by the volcanic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. The top of the mountain literally blew off. Sadly, the gaseous blast of hot air killed most of its residents while the volcanic ash later buried the town. Those that escaped to the sea then got hit by a tidal wave. The last eruption of Mt. Vesuvius was in 1944 during WWII. It was a igreat ...
... like giving milk. Then when they are finished they go get a massage (see picture) before meandering over to the food trough to feast on a combination of nutritious grains and such. They are quite the pampered pets for fifteen years which is how long they produce milk. After that, we'll let's avoid the unpleasant details and just mention that the farm has a leather shop.The farm produces all kinds of cheeses, yogurt and gelato and we enjoyed ...
... absolutely delicious and totally different to any other that I have tasted before!
Naples is a fascinating town that is full of surprises, you have no idea what will appear along the next narrow street, from beautiful churches to secluded gardens. We were told that we must see the presepi (hand crafted nativity scenes), and after walking along Via San Gregorio Armeno, a street full of workshops that made the scenes, we found a large display ...
... and I only barely managed to use some of my less data-intensive apps to determine that, oh ****, Rome is already practically booked up. After panicked imaginings of not being able to find anywhere (fuelled by my experience in Bari and also what I had found using the hostel's damaged wi-fi) it's a relief to find a cafe with free wi-fi so I can search for a place to sleep tomorrow. I find a hostel in Rome near the central train station with great relief. After my ...