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Today we hoped on a boat and went to the island of Capri for the day. The weather was great hot and sunny. There were 11 of us on board a couple of Australians, Americans, an English couple and Canadians. A lovely group. We started of going up the Sorrento coast line then cut across to Capri. The skipper dropped us off at the opposite side of the Island than the main port of Capri as this side was not as busy. We got an open air taxi ...
... and chat with their neighbors. Not much has changed, huh?
From Pompeii, James drove our little Fiat to Torca- a small village between Sorrento and Positano. The driving itself was an adventure. Quite quickly it became apparent that the roads are lawless. People will cut you off on a blind curve, trucks drive down roads that, as James put it, were built for donkeys, and the use of a blinker must be seen as a sign of weakness. But we survived ...
... Our hotel in Rome was really good. It was called hotel Julia and it wasn't fancy, but it was clean and the location was amazing. We also got breakfast every morning which was decent - again, nothing fancy but it was good. Croissants, ham, cheese, some cereals yogurt and fruit. Mmm. So good. The bus ride into sorrento was really pretty. We went through some farmland and vineyards which was nice. In sorrento its citrus trees ...
... top we found the proper path and were soon following the red and white markers again. Occasionally it was hard to see where we needed to go but in general it was easy going. Up towards Monte San Costanzo with wonderful views below. Through a wood where Andy threw fir cones onto the tin roof of a little hut. Just beyond this we started down again at a crossroad of paths. We choose the 300 route but could have headed back to Termini or gone to the Convent. The path took ...
... tiny streets was absolute madness, I am sure more than once he almost sideswiped the walls of the buildings. We had two hours free time in Sorrento and it was packed with wall to wall tourists making it very hard to walk down the streets albeit they are very narrow which made it even more frustrating. Lunch in Sorrento was the most amazing and cheapest roll we have had here in Italy, it was a half Bread sick laden with pastrami, mozzarella cheese, ...