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... surreal to be here and strolling amongst people from all over the world, listening to the Italian accents, smelling the food, fantastic!
Next we headed for our hotel in Amalfi, with high hopes for a saunter through the town, wines overlooking the sea... HA that was a distant memory as the concierge asked us to take a seat and she would bring us some information, an hour later we decided it was time to ...
... some Dramamine, the Italian form, for the ride back. We shopped in the little stores along the marina and got our land legs back. Then we took a cable car all the way up to Capri town which lies about 450 above the marina on a mountain like cliff. We've now taken almost every method of transportation including plane, train, bus, metro, cable car (trolley), ferry, you name it! Up at the top we found the Augusta Gardens and strolled ...
... put it "That made me uncomfortable" was a good description... especially seeing a 5 year old boy walk through and just wondering if he had any idea what the pictures or rooms meant. It was amazing to see the theater and bakery.
The hardest thing to see was the body cast. It almost broke my hear to see the expression on the faces of the molds and the people holding their faces to try to protect themselves. Our tour guide told us that there was ...
... up above are too shallow to fit our suitcases on them, so they are sitting astride the seats next to me, topped with that pizza box. The sweat is dripping down my face and stinging my eyes. Leanne looks like she is about to collapse with heat exhaustion while she drifts in and out of sleep. We arrive at Sorrento, and get off the train. Now comes the task of deciphering where we are, and where we are going. I have written down the address, but ...
... three million people would be affected by an eruption. It is still active, but it has not blown since 1944. That is when the volcano collapsed to form the crater that can now be seen. Honestly, it was an anticlimactic experience as it goes for my first volcano, but the history involved with the story makes it quite interesting. I just wish I could have seen some lava.
The bus would not take us back to where we originally entered it, so we had a much longer walk on the ...