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Our bags are packed, the lists are all checked off and we're ready to go. We're off to visit Italy and check off the number one item on our Bucket List. We've been talking about this for a very long time and we so excited to finally be doing it. Our starting point is Savannah and then New York (unfortunately not enough time to visit the kids & grand kids), then next stop Rome. We plan on writing a daily blog (assuming ...
... inconvenience of giving us instructions to the nearest ATM etc, etc.
Anyway, he left, we sat down and collected ourselves! We had done well to remain polite, but we would have enjoyed tossing him over the balcony!
A quick look in the local area and straight around the corner is a fresh produce daily market in the square which packs up mid afternoon and all the restaurants seem to go all day and night around the square.
Time to start experiencing Roma and at ...
... Garda and Lake Como, two of the most stunning places we'd been to so far, each with small towns and villages tucked into the hillside with a back drop of soaring snow capped alpine ridges and a plethora of water sports at their feet. Taking the ferry across Lake Como to Tremezzo and having a paddle was as far onto the water as we got, sitting on the shore incredibly jealous of the kayaking and windsurfing teams out there, but the fresh breeze and clean crisp air was ...
... the city centre of ancient Rome. It is an incredible street, full of amazing ruins, and it is very awe inspiring. We walked all the way up to Piazza Venzia to see Vittoriano - a massive palace like building that was built to celebrate the uniting of Italy. We then walked up Via Del Corso, the main shopping street and did a bit of shopping. We walked from there to see ...
... track) to Sorrento. Not to bad overall. After a brief glimpse of Naples, Robin's not sure she's going to like it. I have to agree it looks pretty scruffy but we have five nights before we have to worry about it. I laughed when Robin pulled out another marzipan shaped like a papaya, apparently she's been toting it since we left Venice. The thing weighs as much as a baseball. We've arrived in Sorrento...more tomorrow we have to find our ...