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... the ruins, managing to get just a light shower of rain (the weather forecast for today was **** which was prompted us to do this tour). While amongst the ruins, Louis bumped into a couple of kids from Mount Players (the theatre group LJ and Ally go to at Mount Macedon). Lunch was at a prearranged restaurant; the standard fair of pizza, pasta or a meat dish, salad, drinks etc. We met a great couple from 'Fawkner' who were sitting on our ...
... August 24 & 25, Vesuvius awoke with world-changing power. The upper parts of the mountain were reduced to rubble and blown (as ash and pumice) up to 18 miles upward into the sky, before being carried south by the wind and falling back to earth. In Pompeii, the weight of the fallout collapsed rooftops and the hot gas asphyxiated residents. The village of Herculaneum turned from a coastal fishing village into an inland ruin, covered many meters ...
... if they have 2 cars on either side, bumper to bumper. Smart cars are the way to go here, look odd but very convenient. Positano village is beautiful, another popular tourist attraction - great beach, lots of shops and cafes/restaurants. First experience using a public toilet, 50c, but this one was nice and clean. We had lunch on the beach front, pizza, pasta and wine! I'm thinking this will be a common meal ...
... is the birthplace of the pizza). We were picked up and arrived at Nido Degli Dei which is an existing B&B but now also does cooking classes. Mamma Gabriella is absolutely wonderful. She put us right to work making I cannot pronounce what but it was beef rolled up with parsley and Parmesan then cooked in tomato and garlic sauce. The pasta had fried eggplant, zucchini with squash ...
... handed down from generation to generation. He drove me out to about two miles away from Salerno, where he dropped me off and continued on his business in the unknown town I was in. I walked down the mountain, wandering aimlessly. Once again, I found myself to be completely lost, hiking down a highway side. I stumbled across a shipping harbor, with gigantic cargo ships holding Italian sports cars and continued on until I found myself in the center of the ...