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... lovely views but you have to put up with idiot drivers, after 3&1/2hrs we stop at an auto grill for lunch, off again back on the motorway & another 2 hours.
Drove past Salerno where during WW11 the Allied forces landed & liberated the south of Italy, there is a new port being built, this will be the biggest in Europe, the main industry in this area is tomato can factories. Went through a 5km tunnel, slow going as there ...
... if you know which building to look for to find what street you're on, you're ok. I, however, did not. Thankfully, I (finally) had my Pocket wifi and was able to map my location and find the restaurant without too much problem.
I took a seat on the charming patio and ordered Sorrento's drink - a limoncello. Woooooo!! Amazing. I think I've only had limoncello once before and it tasted nothing like this. This drink was sweet, yet ...
... see Hotel Mega Mare. That has to be worth a look. Clint makes the drive way, goes inside and negotiates a 3 night deal that includes breakfast. We head down to our rooms open the doors that lead out onto a terrace and wow!! We are on the cliff overlooking the ocean, the coast line, Meta & Sorrento. The view is amazing! We can't wait to wake up in the morning to it.I tell Clint he must have an accommodation fairy with him on this trip. We agree it is Lucky Lily.We head into ...
... back on the bus.
We had just enough time to get the next train through the continuous towns to Oplontis. We knew there was the ruin of a villa to see here and entry was included in the tickets we had purchased for Herculaneum. It was an easy signs to walk the 300m down to it. Again sunken beneath the modern town. We had the place to ourselves and time to explore Nero's 2nd wife's house. It was massive with lots of salons and finally ...
... the food there was some of our favourite in Italy. The pizza was as good as Naples', the Pasta we had (Oriciette) was produced locally and was delicious and we finally found an antipasto that really belted anything we had tried before in Italy or Australia (and we've had our fair share). A pretty great last meal (although we come back to the north of Italy in August and do it all again).
So now we are on a ferry heading for Split in Croatia. We've met up ...