Artis Domus Relais
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... they want. Italians believe that parking signs and red lights are 'only suggestions'. Overcrowding is a big problem here, especially with the huge influx of illegal immigrants arriving from Africa by boat. Breakfast is a ‘non-event’ for Italians; their main meal is at lunch which is usually around 2pm. Pasta is the staple for lunch and usually served with vegetables, fish or meat. Dinner is usually very light (prociutto, melon, cheeses) and is ...
... door would have slid to the side to open. Residential buildings had different doors.
As we walked along the streets she noted the wheel ruts worn into the paved marble streets and the marble stepping stones for pedestrian crossing. They were designed so you could cross the street without getting wet / dirty feet and so that the horse and chariots could safely drive down the ...
... of the bus station, but the stall no. she indicated wasn’t even there. A friendly young man in the take away told us we had to go back to the original side and wait. Total confusion!!! We waited about 15 mins and finally our bus pulled into the station, ready for us to board. We were very relieved to be on our way to Sorrento.
The bus trip to Sorrento was fairly smooth, although just over 4 hours long. The first two and a half ...
... a couple of hours...
On the way back to the hotel we stopped in a very small village, that looked as if it was back in the 19th C I popped into a small village shop that seemed to have a huge amount of stock, but nothing you probably ever needed !!
I asked for a bottle of white wine, and was immediately told but the very old lady serving that I did not want any of the ones on the shelf. I left with ...
... between and on either side of where two mountains meet. We took the steep one-way street down the hillside passing restaurants with ridiculous views of the ocean and town below. We reached the bottom where the main central district was and parked the scooter while we walked its seaside cobblestone streets. After an impressive Italian chocolate tart and refreshing myself with the best fresh made granita I had tasted from a street vendor we went back to the scooter to return home. ...