Belvedere Sorrento B&B
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... burial cremation boxes made of marble were also seen. The museum is highly decorated with paintings that looked 3 dimensional, sculptures for many centuries and large tapestries from the 1500's. They wash them with mild soap and water every hundred years. In another gallery were paintings on the walls that were maps of each section of the Mediterranean. Some were in the process of restoration. The Vatican gallery, not including the museum rooms was ...
... with charming view of the little colorful boats. Walking around town, you see the beautiful Mediterranean plants, huge blooming rosemary & lavenders, angel trumpets. It was wonderful looking down the slope To see the grape vines growing on hand hewn tree limbs, sometimes in circular patterns. After taking the ferry back we boarded the tour bus and headed back towards our hotel. On the way back ...
... Pompeii seem more real, and it's destruction more of a tragedy than the other ruins we've seen.
Our short time in Pompeii was over and we headed out to collect our lunch - a giant slice of pizza, which was very yummy! Back in Sorrento we explored the shops before heading back to our floating hotel. We have another day in Sorrento tomorrow before heading to our next destination.
... tidal flow between Amalfi and Ravello on a very narrow stretch of road.
Third thing to note that no traffic rules apply to the thousands of Scooters that buzz around the coast. A the sweet smell of two stroke engines and the shrill buzz they produce.
So to drive in the region you must be polite, locals allow other cars to double park in front to stop and chat to a local or order their bread or stop and take some photos ( as long as the road ...
... in this instead of a crowded bus.
Our taxi driver who took us to the top 'Anacapri' gave us a brief history and overview of the island, including pointing out Ginger Rogers and the Musolini family homes, he also told us how Julia Roberts had also visited the Island and rode in his taxi. We were glad we did not try to walk the 3 kilometre road which was quite steep and windy, in the taxi we could look around the series of spectacular hairpin bends out to sea ...