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Tuesday 17 September - Day 32 Ravello was the town of choice today. The weather wasn't looking too good (ominous clouds and the odd shower of rain) but we are but once here and don't want to waste the chance to visit a beautiful village perched in the clouds. The Amalfi coast is as crowded as I have ever seen it. The Sita bus to Amalfi was crammed full of people - honestly we couldn't move ...
... bus up to Ravello were we had lunch. The boys had pasta for a change, spaghetti. After a wonder around and hundreds of photos later, none of which do the place justice it was back down to Amalfi and then the hair raising bus journey back. Another great day. Bhups Got up early to get the bus along the Amalfi coast to Amalfi. We got to the bus station for 9am. The bus cost 7.60 pp (Jared was free). The 9am bus was packed so we decided to wait for the 9.15 as we ...
... left at the apartment that we might want to take a hiking tour on the only road in Ravello that doesn’t go anywhere!
Around 9 p.m. we were discussing the day events and Chuck asked if we’d seen any women driving here and we said not many but a few. We asked why and he remarked that he hadn’t seen any. “Whenever I look up, all I see are men glaring at me.”
... forget that it was like an entire city when you try to conquer it. We only managed 1/4 of it. We headed back and saw some sight in Napoli that can never be unseen outside the train station. Lets say I have seen more of a large italian than I ever wanted to see.
Back to the ship for lunch, swim and a spa! It has definitely been an interesting few days! Next report in a few more days!
... lots of steps and straight up the cliff. Well, not quite, but it felt like it! It started with lots of stairs, and then we followed along a stream lined with old, now in ruins, paper mills. There were several small water falls. About 2.5 hours later we arrived in Pontone for a scrumptious lunch of flat bread pizza and wine -- of course! At the end of lunch we only had to climb into the van for a short drive ...