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... 8217;t see the site. We’ll go to all three places on Sunday.
The first of several group events was a Welcome Dinner at the hotel—a buffet of Italian favorites and local wines. We sat with the three sisters from the Ed Corley family and got to know them just a little bit. During the evening, strolling musicians stopped by our table a couple of times—a singer with tambourine, a guitar player, and ...
... were holidaying in Italy. He followed it almost immediately by “Up all Night to get Lucky” which he knew approximately 5 words of.
The walk back to our hostel was extremely long and tiresome. Our hostel sits at the very end of a small street you would barely expect a car to fit through. We did briefly consider renting scooters to get about but not after seeing the way Italians tend to drive. Finally we arrived and went straight to ...
... plate and a salad for our dinner on the patio.
Monday morning we had a driver take us on a nine hour drive to visit Positano.. Amalfi...and Ravello. Our guide, Stephanie, was great. She took us to a family-owned restaurant for lunch on the hill above Positiano where we ate a four course Italian 'lunch'...deliciouso!!!!
Tuesday, we took a hydrofoil to the Isle of Capri. Megan hiked ...
... they needed in a first class way, from homes and edifices, aqueducts lcharcoal grills to cooking utensils to grilling tools. The Vatican museum has it all. The museum tour ended with 20 minutes in the Sistene Chapel, awed and with stiff necks. Our tour guide
got us out thru St. Peter's, onto the bus and we headed for Sorrento (not Pompei), grabbing lunch on the way.
By three we ...
... and the sun was out.
I was so annoyed with myself to find out that the Giro d 'Italia had been here only two days previous. If only I had looked it up we could have easily have come here first before Orvieto. We stayed at a deluxe hostel, more like a hotel and it was great. Next day we caught the bus along the Amalfi coast to Ravello where we visited the amazing gardens set high up on a hill at Villa Cimbrone. These are ...