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... Others choose to stay in town and shop again, but we were tired. This schedule of staying up late and starting sightseeing early on the first day of the trip is not our usual and not ideal, in my opinion, for adjusting to the time zone change. But we will manage.
Tonight, we walked back into town for dinner at Ristorante L’Antica Trattoria. It was a wonderful choice. One of the local agents helping the group had a ...
... and the Bay of Naples. Our hotel has been upgraded to the Hilton Sorrento Palace and is up high on the hill looking straight at Mount Vesuvius across the bay. Magnificent! Most of us had happy hour on the terrace before we were taken by mini buses through the narrow streets down to the water front for dinner where we sat outside until about 10.00pm. Love Sorrento - could easily come back here for a week at ...
The original plan was to visit Pompei today, stopping along the way to Sorrento. That plan changed. The heat of the day just zapped us, and Colleen and I thought it better that we should head straight to Sorrento, relax, enjoy the pool, and return to Pompei tomorrow, refreshed and ready for a full day of exploring tomorrow. We were glad we did. The pool at our residence in Sorrento would have been closed at 6pm, and as it was, we did not ...
... started talking to us "No Sorrento". Ethan was already on the train ahead of Mike and Jonah and I had the two boys as we tried to weave through the throng of people to get on the train altogether. As people pushed us forward onto the train, Mike saw a man try to pickpocket Jonah, whose pockets were empty. We now realized that the train wasn't the one we needed and we turned back to the platform, against people still pushing by us to get on. So after a ...
... hiked to the ruins of Villa Jovis (I highly recommend) and then ventured to the other side of the village to take a walk down the Via Krupp path that provides a beautiful scenic stroll. Back in the village of Capris it was gelato, fresh lemon granites (a slush), and a bit of shopping. I couldn't resist the fresh lemons so I had several granites, which are even better when you add some lemoncello liqueur. Unfortunately ...