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Taormina to Sorrento
Finally remembered the name of the tv program that this resort reminded me of, "Benedorm", the people by the pool, the brown bodies everywhere, bodies squeezed into bathing suites that leave little to the imagination, men & women, crikey.
Up early bags & breakfast 6am, we have a schedule to keep today, through Messina, destroyed in 1908 by an earthquake with 80,000 deaths, now most of the houses ...
... train station --> Naples metro station --> walked aimlessly through a car rental parking lot, bus station and finally found the ferry port --> ferry to Sorrento --> aforementioned 80 degree incline and 30 million stairs --> 30 minutes of wandering around trying to find the hotel.
Someone was making fun of me for printing off every single confirmation for transportation, hotels, tours, etc. Wouldn't you know the ONE thing ...
... around us and the driver is looking very unimpressed.
The stall vendors are now all waving and gesturing for us to turn around. Clearly, we are driving the wrong way down a one way street.
"We we" says our driver.Makes the most efficient three point turn ever achieved in the Renault trafic right out the front of the entry gates to the ruins, and heads us in the right direction.
"Bloody French ...
... was plenty of blue too which we'd not seen much of at the museum.
We came down to the original shoreline which now has a high wall between us and the sea. Sadly the sunken thermal baths weren't open but looked interesting through the glass barrier. Many sections were having work done on them throughout the complex. We mostly had free run of the place which seemed odd when we were walking on the mosaic floors. These ranged from centimetre square blocks ...
... 8 different shops of: "no I've never tried it"..."oh here, please, try some".
A fitting end to our Sorrento stay was to wonder the streets the next morning, into a garden of lemon trees that eventually led us to a lemoncello factory. We had one more lemon gelato for the road and I couldn't resist a bottle of lemoncello to take for our journey to Matera (NB: mum I took your warning about the deadly lemoncello hangover- we are drinking it slowly, there's ...