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... 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 ...
... totally destroyed was herculalem which the started to excavate but it was to hard,, and in Pompeii they didn't die of lava but of the smoke and ash suffocating them. It was funny but the tour guide told us if you see the Russell Crowe movie The gladiator you will get a good description if life in these times. After the tour was completed, Morris and I hung around till 2,30 (about on and half hours, to go to Vesuvius) and O&R headed Back ...
... overlooking Sorrento and Naples with Mt Vesuvius to complete the picture. It was a great place to stay and had a caravan park feel to it. That night I made friends with a older German guy who bought me a big beer and tried to speak English as we watched the semi final of the World Cup.
We walked into Sorrento the next day and had a look around, the views during the walk were awesome and I guess the reason why the place is so popular to ...
Of course the trip hasn't been all smooth sailing and some moments are best forgotten. Other's though, are that bad that they're going to be fun to remember.
The trip to Sorrento provided one such memory...
At 8am last Friday we left Assisi headed for Perugia to drop our car off. We knew it was going to be a busy 5 hour adventure south towards the Amalfi Coast so we left early to make sure we had plenty of ...
... that was all in Italian but they had a great horn player and a wonderful choir so the experience was great. We then met up with a couple of Marion’s friends from New York for an Easter feast! We started with wine and antipasti’s, then wine and first course, then wine and main course, then champagne and dolce, then grappa and limoncello to round out the meal. The food was delicious – roasted lamb, potatoes and artichokes, house made perfectly al ...