Artis Domus Relais
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... in and near Pompeii and what there is is very expensive. I had some ham, cheese and bread all fresh from a Deli in Naples before we left, that I think came to around €3 I think... Not bad!
After lunch we walked further towards Mount Vesuvius and then went up to the higher level near the bathrooms and got a view of the entirety of Pompeii as well as seeing the surrounding mountains and Mount Vesuvius.
Walking around Pompeii for ...
... you make booze of course!! The Sorrento peninsula is famous in Italy for lemons & they make a wonderful lemon liquuer called limoncello. Its very similar to the Greek kitron & also very yum! Well, all great things must end and its hard to leave Sorrento & Villa Adriana, but we're off to Toscana in the early ...
... the side streets called Il Leonie here Restaurante here we had a lovely meal - Orna had fish, Ruvelle had Calamarie, Morris a mixed Grill ( no sim not as big as the one you guys had when we went out for dinner) and I had grilled boned leg if chicken, we all had grilled veggies, shpritzers ( new favourite drink) and then Morris & I had ahot chocolate( I was expecting it to be the Italian hot chocolate thick and creamy like in Cinque ) but it wasn't it had that ...
... there were slaves which suggests that the citizens sent slaves back to gather their possessions.) There are no cast like preservations of bodies in Herculaneum, the mud was thought to be over 800 degrees and bodies instantly burnt leaving skeletons some with skulls that exploded from the pressure of the steam created by the vaporised brain.
We arrived home exhausted and sunburnt and are trying to keep ourselves awake beside the hotel pool until ...
... and cafés, but despite the better stretch of beach I would actually say I found Amalfi more charming. Late in the afternoon we headed back to Sorrento- with a very angry bus driver at the helm (although I think you'd just about have to be on the brink of a nervous breakdown driving this route day in day out!). On the way back from Positano Bernard was saying how amazing it was that we hadn't seen ...