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(My Interpretaztion of CAPRI): Capri è romanticismo allo stato puro: vedute mozzafiato, il mare dal blu più intenso che abbiate mai visto e persino la fragranza dei limoni in fiori che inebria l’aria. La luminescente Grotta Blu, gli impressionanti picchi dei Faraglioni e il Palazzo al Mare sono celebri tra i viaggiatori, ma per farvi un vero regalo, praticate lo snorkeling dalla spiaggia di Marina Piccola. Si dice sia il luogo dove Odisseo quasi si arrese al canto delle Sirene…una leggenda che calza a pennello con quest’invitante isola. *** ENGLISH *** Capri is pure romance: breathtaking views, the most intense blue sea you have ever seen and even the fragrance of lemons in flowers that intoxicates the air. The luminescent Blue Grotto, the impressive peaks of the Faraglioni and the Palazzo al Mare are famous among the travelers, but to give you a real gift, you can snorkel from the Marina Piccola beach. It is said to be the place where Odysseus almost surrendered to the song of the Sirens ... a legend that fits perfectly with this inviting island.
If you thought Mount Etna in Sicily (the Volcano, of course!) wasn't a fertile land, you are WRONG... Its charm is irresistible and unique, not just for the lava puffs but also for the fruits and spices that you can pick there... On the slopes you find wild fennel everywhere...so try it in the iconic Sicilian dish, Pasta con le Sarde (i.e.the thick long bucatini pasta tubes with wild fennel, pine nuts and currants and ... sardines!!!!). Buon appetito!😄
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It was so surreal to visit Pompeii today; a catastrophe I’ve been interesting in since I was a child. Pompeii was a thriving city when, in 79AD, Mount Vesuvius erupted, killing thousands as hot surges of gas and rock hit the city and 25 metres of ash rained down over the course of six hours.
To think that these people were living their lives, and then six hours later many of them were dead and their city effectively buried is hard to even imagine. That’s probably why it continues to fascinate us.
Very pleased to announce I'm going on tour in Italy, Romania, and Sweden with my magic lecture. Hope to meet and perform for many new people, and to take in three extraordinary places. Then my show Six Impossible Things is back for fall! Who's coming where?
Another little story about dessert. Whilst this isn't a Tiramisú we wanted to share it with you.
Our friend once had a dinner party, four courses - absolutely smashed it! When it came to dessert this person served a regal Tiramisú, it was a proud moment, but there was a slight issue, he used a little too much amaretto.
A few hours later, after the guests left he was greeted by police and one of the dinner party guests - embarrassment ensued. This guest hadn't drunk all evening but did have dessert and was subsequently stopped by the same police. In his defense he said "all I've had is a really strong Tiramisu." To check his story the police brought him back to the house to ask if a) it was true and b) If there was any left.
Lesson in the story... Watch how much booze you put into a cake!
Photocredits by @marcopaoneimagery
Pompei è nota in tutto il mondo per la tragedia che l'ha colpita nel 79 d.C., quando la ricca città romana fu sepolta dall'eruzione del Vesuvio, insieme a Stabiae, Oplontis ed Ercolano. Una immane tragedia che, però, ci ha permesso di ritrovare intatta, dopo quasi duemila anni, una testimonianza storica vitale, uno spaccato di vita comune nel più grande impero dell'antichità.
Gli scavi permettono al turista un salto nel tempo, un'immersione totale, in un mondo scomparso di cui la nostra civiltà occidentale reca il "DNA" e che si mostra senza lustrini o trucchi, ma con le sue grandezze e le sue miserie. Gli scavi ci permettono di visitare il salotto buono dei templi, gli edifici pubblici, le ricche ville patrizie, ma anche di passeggiare tra le antiche botteghe, le case popolari, le "osterie" e i lupanari, dove il cittadino comune dipanava la sua vita.
Particolarmente toccante è la vista dei calchi in gesso, un'"istantanea" dell'agonia a cui gli antichi pompeiani furono sottoposti dai gas roventi provenienti dal Vesuvio.
***** ENGLISH ***
Pompeii is known worldwide for the tragedy that hit it in 79 AD, when the rich Roman city was buried by the eruption of Vesuvius, along with Stabiae, Oplontis and Herculaneum. An immense tragedy that, however, has allowed us to find an intact historical testimony, a cross-section of common life in the greatest empire of antiquity, unchanged after almost two thousand years.
The excavations allow the tourist a leap in time, a total immersion, in a vanished world of which our Western civilization bears the "DNA" and that shows itself without sequins or tricks, but with its magnitudes and its miseries. The excavations allow us to visit the good living room of the temples, the public buildings, the rich patrician villas, but also to stroll among the ancient shops, the popular houses, the "taverns" and the lupanari, where the common citizen unraveled his life.
Particularly touching is the sight of plaster casts, a "snapshot" of the agony to which the ancient Pompeians were subjected by the hot gas coming from Vesuvius.
The silent beauty of South of Italy. .
A place that even italians don't know very well. Big like one-third of the Belgium and with the same population of Venice this place has magic, history and a charm that will seduce you from day one!
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