Casa Correale Rooms & Garden
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... friends for us where ever we go.
We ate dinner at a trattoria, enjoyed gelato (because we haven't spent ALL of our gelato money yet!) as we did a lap of the main street.
After frustrating a few locals and causing a minor traffic jam in the underground car park we headed back to our hotel.
Stepped out onto the terrace to take in the scene and twinkling lights below, a few prank calls from our kids room, then into bed - exhausted.
... drop down, either directly by steps or via a cobbled windy road.
The narrow streets were full of small shops and we had a meander before returning to the main square for a spot of people watching, as we stopped for a couple of drinks before dinner to take in the atmosphere.
Dinner was the Lonely Plant recommended Buffalo Inn, which was a bit off the beaten track but worth it for the lovely cured buffalo meats and some great pasta and gnocchi.
... Sorrento/Amalfi Coast has many, making it the home of Lemon Gelato, Lemon Granita, and of course Lemoncello]. Our first big day out was to Amalfi and Positano, two towns that we had high hopes for after doing our planning for this trip. Lucky for us the weather was great and they did not disappoint. The layout of the towns is amazing and it seems like buildings are almost stacked on top of each other up the cliff face. The hair-raising bus rides to and from the towns were ...
... We had breakfast on the 11th floor deck... Beautiful sunny day, 73 degrees, slight breeze... Nothing better!
We went to shore on the tender and met the rest of the folks on our tour...Babs and Bert joined us on the tour today! Guess she is managing to hang on to her sanity because she hasn't jumped ship yet...more on that later.
We had 14 in our group and we took a small mini bus to Positano on the winding road you always see in the movies, you know, ...
... 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 ...