Belvedere Sorrento B&B
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... flooded streets by raising the walkways above the street level by quite a bit and providing stepping stones at the street corners so you could cross without getting wet. The runoff went directly down to the sea.
We then headed to Sorrento to check into our hotel, Johanna’s Park. Miss Johanna got on the bus when we arrived to welcome us and assure us that her home was our home. What a charming hotel. The lobby floors and stairs are ...
... heels they all wear. Would not be pretty if I tried it!! Rob had roasted chicken which is very different than what we would expect. It was almost slowly baked as opposed to roasted but he loved it. They brought bread that looked like it had some salami or pepperoni and small pieces of cheese baked into it. I ordered spaghetti con pomodorini e basilico ( with cherry tomatoes and basil) and we both had salad with lettuce, cucumbers ...
... was just like us, as every Italian we asked information from would give us conflicting information on the same subject. We walked around for some short time and checked out how much it was going to cost to get to the famous Blue Grotto. It turns out it was going to cost us around €30 so Jermaine and decided against it and opted to go to Porte Picolla a small beach port on the other side of the isle. After even more incorrect information (even by the actual tourist ...
... refined enough for me was the toilet on the train which Vernon informed me went directly to the track complete with a warning that I would not like to go to it. Fine I can hold. Many toilets here are unisex too which I find a bit uncomfortable ie., in one room you may have two cubicles - one for each gender. Talk about toilet performance anxiety!
The countryside between Rome and Naples is not as scenic as we saw in Tuscany from train and bus. ...
... now. The sister site called Herculaneum was started as an underground archeological excavation in 1738 and only became open air site in 1875. This site was better preserved so as to allow us to see the real way of life including paintings on the walls and charred wood where it was used in the original construction. The boat sheds found are amazing with actual previously buried survivors ...