Artis Domus Relais
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- Pets allowed
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... 20% of this effort in restaurants/stores back in America I think I could deal. Our meals were true works of art and all fabulous! Mom and I shared amazing crab stuffed ravioli; Jeff and Bryan had pasta with giant mussels in it, and we each tried our own main dish: lamb, pork chop, scampis and tuna steak! My tuna steak was served on top of a bed of lettuce with fresh saved green apples, oranges, and peaches. A combination I would never had thought to pair ...
... scheduled departure for Napoli is at 11am; the PA crew goes a few hours later.
There is another lesson today; in particular a travel lesson. Today we learned "In ritardo", for "late". Our 11am departure turned out to be an 11:45am departure.
Our train to Napoli is on the Frecciarossa, which means "red arrow". It's the high speed train, with speeds topping out at 300 km/hr ( or in american speak, 186 mph). What's unusual is that the ...
... and into traffic to try to find my dad with the car. Once we found the car, we were immediately on the road out of Naples. My family also thought it was an appropriate time to tell me that while I thought we were on the way to Mount Vesuvius that we had actually decided not to visit the volcano at all anymore. Apparently it was to erupt any day - except it is now June and it hasnt erupted......
Instead of the ...
At Lucio's pizza shop, which had a huge wood fired pizza oven we learned about the natural yeast that he uses in the pizza bases. Wow what a difference that makes. We then watched him make a pizza and then it was our go. Beautiful base, homemade sauce, Bernadettos cheese and some fresh ham went on mine. Shame I had eaten all that cheese and salami ...
... city you need a full day and to take your own packed lunch as there is nothing available once inside. A bit like Machu Pichu in this respect, except there are toilets inside.
It was very impressive and very sad, also, to think an entire vibrant city was decimated by the ash and hot embers from the volcano. The ash was so great, it collapsed the roofs of the homes, where the people had taken refuge, and suffocated them, along with their pets and ...