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One of the famous Neopolitan songs is the classic O Sole Mio. The Neopilotans are always happy-go- lucky and singing. After seeing today"s sights you will see why. We starting out the journey passing Mt Vesuvio, which hasn't erupted in 70 years - thank goodness. Then, we were off to the Bay of Naples and Sorrento. We finished with a wine tasting at Cantina del Vesuvio. Va bene. ...
... we covered by a cloud. You couldn't see very far in front of you and it was very wet. After our time up their we had a really bumpy ride down. We were in a mini bus and me and my dad were at the back. The driver was going really fast down and we were being throw around like popcorn. My dad's head hit the celling a bunch of times. When we got back we relaxed and had Kebabs for dinner.
... Arial; font-size: 14px; line-height: 21px;">Departure 26/04/2014
Check-In Time 14.00
Check-Out Time 12.00
... show based on the Tarantella dance with its roots in Southern Italy. It was 4 scenes depicting daily life in Sorrento set to music and dancing. It was fun and you couldn't help but get up caught up in the music.
So that pretty much sums up the last few days in Sorrento. I wish I had a little bit more time here, I didn't expect to love it so much. But alas, we are off to Roma for the last few days of this holiday. Ciao for now!
... with orchards and an abundance of olive groves, prickly pears and almond trees. It is very apparent that fresh ingredients and produce are popular here (yay!). Our brief visits to Catania were spent mostly in our hostel spending time with the amazing staff and drinking Sicilian wine, but we did visit some of the area's attractions. Catania offers to visitors the beautiful Catania Cathedral, the local bustling fish market and the Castello Ursino. Neighbouring Mt.Matera ...