Pensione Casa Guadagno
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... the bus stop we saw that the bus was completely full up, this made sense as it was about to leave, this didn't worry us as there was no rush and there were shops close by to look around. We returned 40 minutes later to find the next bus choc-a-block, 20 minutes before it was due to depart! The decision was made to stay at the stop and wait for the next one which we got good seats on, despite some tourists not knowing what or how a queue works - we figured ...
... as 'awful sh.t!'
Home again after a short walk up the rest of the hill, another day done, and we are both tired again.
Fortunately though there are only a few steps down near the bottom of town and then two flights at our accommodation and the rest of the distance is by road. That is an excellent outcome considering we are staying quite high up in the town!
Phil - I am getting good at getting luggage down stairs. I still get a sweat up, but seem to ...
... busy. I have to conclude that whilst the Amalfi coast is really pretty, the traffic is a big negative. In hindsight, it would be better to get about by ferry or renting a Vespa.
Back in our room, we had a brief downtime before venturing back to sea level. The walk down was interesting but took about 60 minutes. I scored a couple of linen shirts before we dined at Next2. We found it to be "fine dining" with good wines. ...
... option, but would add another hour and a half to the journey, excluding stops, and we had already paid our rail tickets from Florence to Naples and booked our limousine to Positano.
While the others rested at the station café, Allan took the opportunity to get some pictures of Francesco da Firenze shoe store, where he had ordered his handmade shoes ...
... for the three headsets...a fantastic gesture.
For the next four hours the three of us explored the city of Pompeii and marvelled at how the city operated such a long time ago.In some of the buildings you can still see the original tiling and murals and several body casts are displayed within the ruins. You could clearly see the bakery and laundry operations. Overall a well spent four hours, although very tough on the legs and you wouldn't want to do it in ...