Sorrento Town Suites
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... the next hour than we had in the previous two days, thanks to our interpreters.Daniella told Clint, that her father had told her, that Clint looked too young to have such a big family. Clint loves Emilio!!!
She also told us that they had been encouraging him to take English lessons. The family were saying 'yes yes do your English lessons'But the teacher at the English class said 'no no, no more English lessons', apparently he failed.He was asking Meg the words for ...
... walk up which took 40min we came back down that only took us 20min much much easier except sometimes the gravel gave way and we nearly tripped. Back down bus arrived and we headed back to Pompeii to catch train back to sorrento, we were very tired and very dusty, not sure if my brown legs was dust/dirt or I have a tan Arrived back in Sorrento at 18.30 made our way back to hotel, quick shower to recover, got dressed and out for dinner. We went ...
... happier and found the place to be pretty special. The ride back was much better as we had seats and windows.
The next day we trained into Pompei and paid for a guided tour. We were both surprised about the sheer size of the place and thought the brothel with 2000 year old karma sutra paintings on the wall to be the highlight, although there was no double jack hammer. We were also shown original graffiti where some Roman had carved a ...
... realised which of the 3 train systems that run from Napoli centrale that we needed for Sorrento. Of course by this time it's 4.45pm on a Friday afternoon leading into a long weekend and there were people everywhere. Every strange behaviour you've ever seen in a person we saw at that train station. Two very tourist looking people clinging onto bags while making sure our pockets weren't being emptied by the local pickers was ...
... cured meats, fresh salads and desserts that were so good we didn’t even notice that the Easter bunny didn’t bring us a basket. And if all that wasn’t enough, we met up later that night for a 6 foot long pizza and beers. Happy Easter indeed!
Marion is fluent in Italian and lived there several years ago so she was the best tour guide we could have ever asked for. From Pietra Santa, we headed back to Sienna for a few days of sightseeing and ...