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Trip along the Amalfi coast today. Up early and to the bus station. The round to Amalfi is one of the beautiful coastal drives in the world made hair raising by he crazy Italian bus drives winding along the road. With a couple of toots of the horn they are off overtaking on the wrong side of the road on blind bends. The views over the cliff edges were breath taking. Houses clinging to the edge of the sloping hills and crystal clear waters below. From Amalfi we ...
... kept repeating and emphatically pointing around a corner that “the road is finito.” He was right, the road dead ended around the bend so we had to turn around. The road was so narrow at the end it was necessary to get out of the car and guide Chuck so he knew how many
inches/feet he had so he wouldn’t plummet over the embankment. Later in the evening Chuck read in one of the ...
... repeatedly and forcibly that we just wanted to go to the train station. Once he figured out I knew spanish...he gave me the spiel in spanish as well!!!
Finally got to the train station and got a ticket (Which was half the cost and half the time then the Taxi driver said) and got to Pompeii. Pompeii is amazing, in the shadow of the mountain of Vesuvias. Amazing bit of history and such a large area. ...
... baroque, and byzantine architecture. It is a short tour. We take a quick shopping break in the Amalfi town square -- a very hectic place crowded with tourists, towns people, and the usual cars & vespas. I shopped at a small "paper" store (stationery items) and bought a couple of note cards and a small framed picture of the cathedral. Then off for our final challenging walk, only a few kilometers, but ...
... watching grown priests march around the church holding a Christ doll, and smelling the holy incense, we struggled a bit. The two youngest children (Mia and Baz) tired the fastest especially during the sermon! The occasional banger going off in the town square helped prevent us from dozing off.
Quotable quotes from Bazzie on the car trip coming home from midnight mass:
'That baby jesus even had spikes on its head to keep the pigeons ...