I Filadelfi 1828
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... photos and a homemade Granita Limone, basically a lemon slushy .... Yum. Finally arrived at our accomodation in a little town above Positano called Monte Pertuso, Mamma Rosa's B&B. Angelo, the owner met us at the entrance to carry ALL our luggage up the "200" steps to the actual building !!! Now Angelo is a pretty cute, fit looking Italian guy who managed to go up and down those 200 steps 3 times ( while carrying our luggage) ...
... has been preserved and you can walk around the city. It's got a really sad feel to it but no wonder when you think how many people died or had their lives destroyed there. Pompeii itself was a seaside city which was actually very commercial, lots of shops. It was also a town with abstract poverty and immense wealth. Lots of people owned houses and then owned the shops nearby. It's a vast place and we had a limited amount of time but we managed to see all ...
... all columns still standing; hard to believe they were built 2.500 years ago. The museum had numerous artifacts that had been removed from the site and preserved, Just stunning!
On the way back we stopped to have a very late three hour lunch at a wonderful restaurant (Totte Normanna) built in one of the old Norman watch towers. We were the only people in restaurant so staff gave us their full attention, bringing us food ...
Since we didn't have enough time to visit Vatican City yesterday we hopped onto the shuttle bus, then trained there this morning. First we caught a glimpse of the Vatican Museum and its massive line of people waiting to go in. We couldn't believe how long the line was. We estimated about 2000 people. There were so many con artists along the line trying to sell tickets that "make you priority" so you don't have to stand in the queue. Every two seconds ...
... individual residences.
Anyway, we had a really good time. And we occasionally would see little lizards skittering over the stones. :) We ended our tour in the auditorium they used for the gladiators. Then we walked back out to the main entrance and caught the metro back to the part of town we'd started in.
We found a McDonald's to try and post to the blog. Imagine if McDs got full of itself and decided to be a food court. That is where we were. ...