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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 1 story, it is known as the gateway to Sicily, 30° at 7.30am it's insane.
Bus drove on the ferry, roll on roll off, for a 15 min trip to the mainland, we were allowed off the bus to use the WC in fact we were encouraged to as the next stop was 2hrs away, spent most of the 15mins in a cue for the ladies wc, ridiculous, back on the bus before we docked, off & underway again. There have been plans for a bridge but it will cost ...
... to print off (or screenshot) was a map to my hotel, where my pocket wifi was waiting. So I turned my data roaming on literally for two 5 second periods long enough to map my location and screenshot. BAM! $200. Don't do it, people!!! Make your printed copies and let people make fun of you!!!!
I finally arrived at my hotel, Magi House Sorrento and a cheerful Alessandro greeted me with a big toothy smile! He checked me in and then began to give ...
... is chorused from the back seats.
We head back to Sorrento and stop along the way to look at Naples and Mt Vesuvius. It is a very warm, sunny day. Dan has stripped down to a T-shirt.
We head to the laundromat to do some washing.
Clint and Dan walk up the street and find a great little restaurant where we eat dinner after we finish the laundry.
Then back to our hotel for wifi/ journal time and ...
... stones, the tiny squares didn't always show a lot of details so seemed odd to have been so labour intensive. There was once a lot of money in this town. It was a shame not to see the statues in situ, even replicas might have added something but it was brilliant as it was.
We hoped to see other sections marked on the map but they were closed for restoration. So we got our bags and headed back to the station where we booked the bus ...
... left for Sail Croatia).
Matera is the home of the sassi* - a really indescribable (though in saying that - I will try) village of cave dwellings.
*[sassi translates to rocks in italian]
"It's not like they describe in lonely planet" said an older British man who we met along the way....typical whinger! It was something I think you'll need our pictures to help with but here it goes.
Sassi caveoso and sassi baristano are over ...