Residence Villa Cristina
Travel Blogs from Forio
... You have to climb down through a cave at the end. My parents are able to watch the sunset every single night of the summer at the lake, and actually prefer the sunrise that wakes them like clockwork from June to September. They may complain a little, but I know they enjoyed this adventure I took them on.
My archaeology class took a field trip on Friday to the Oplontis Ruins, and my parents tagged ...
... of the Santissima Annunziata, was rebuilt in 1600 on a convent of Benedictine Sisters. Returning to the Via Annunziata , you proceed in the locality "Starza" (name derived from the great expanse of land that the Abbey had in this area), one of the most fertile districts of the island. One of the streets on your right (Via Faro), leads to the tip Pioppeto where there are some small hotels solitary and quiet in the countryside sloping down to the mare.Sulla tip, since 1849, ...
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Many tourists looking down the crater as we do, few follow a guided tour cicling the whole monster. We add another hike downhills. Some spots have little or no vegetation yet. You see the structure of the lava flows. We meet some mushroom collectors. I collect some Vesuvuis gravel I plan to make art with back home. Heavy stuff - I guess it contains quite some share of iron.
Back in Pompeij: summer sale at Bennetton
... the Easter Parade. It was the perfect day to rain. We have been soooo lucky with the weather the whole 2 weeks. Lovely in Paris and Italy. After everyone’s bleak warnings I wasn’t going to complain about a day of rain in 2 weeks. Our first day of nothing (so not like me and my full schedule)
Below I’ve also put in photo’s of our flight from France to Italy I forgot to include earlier. We flew right over the Swiss Alps, amazing ...