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... enjoyable stop and a delight to the eyes. This is a six-generation family business and it was lovely to see traditional design still made along with more contemporary designs which really appealed to Phillip and me.
I should tell you that although geographically close, Sorrento and Naples are very different.
Antonio and also our Capri tour guide, Luigi, were at pains to tell us that Sorrento and all the Amalfi Coast are very safe both to live, ...
... pizza was great. The secret is to use olive oil. Pizza was our lunch along with olives, tomatoes with the hand made mozzarella, bread, and other starters, lots of wine,and some tasters of the limoncello. Later on in the afternoon we took a look at another part of the sorrento the amalfi coastline. More gorgeous views. On our way down the mountain to Positano via the very curvy roads with sheer drops. There were many gift and souvenir shops on our way down ...
... a half hours, it then took us, by bus, over 3 hours to get to Sorrento from Salerno, a distance of 50 kilometres. The roads wind up and around like those pictures of twisted intestines from high school science class. At one point, Rob and I had to stand and I had to choose between scratching my nose (why is it our nose itches when our hands are tied up?) and risking going ass over tea kettle into someone's lap or sucking it up and keeping my white knuckled grip onto ...
While waiting to move into the Penthouse, we ventured down to the Marina Grande, found along the way some very impressive villas on the cliff front, a language school, a large villa with a large market garden , some quaint B & B's sitting just above the marina, and some very interesting restaurants. We had coffee with the 5 sisters and watched the fisherman clean the beach as to was too rough for them to ...
... we loved the masterpiece sculpture of Apollo and Daphne, where Daphne is turning into a tree. Our English speaking guide, Ana Maria, said it is “like a play in the theatre of marble”!
Access to the gallery is limited to just two hours, so we saw as much as we could before our time was up. We then decided to walk back to our B&B. We got a little lost in Villa Borghese – the park surrounding the ...