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... drive back to Sorrento.
Dinner found us back at Antico Francischiello where we had lunch the day prior. Apparently this is third generation "Francisco" to run the restaurant. Been open since 1909! Dinner was not quite as fantastic as lunch yesterday but that is I guess the drawback of bringing 30 of your closest friends with you. A wonderful antipasto plate consisting of grilled eggplant, zucchini and fresh ...
... iPads and some dark streets that should be avoided.
I did my best to fit in and look local. I carried my things in a shopping bag and it worked! When I left the ship not one of the cab drivers tried to convince me to hire them for a tour to Pompeii.
It took me about 30 min. to walk to the National Archeological Museum from the ship because ...
... the lights the gelati busyness that is Piazza Tasso in Sorrento. Some shops and businesses are closed but it is coming into a three-week relatively busy season leading up to Christmas.There is an amazing gelati shop with a chocolate presepe scene and all of Italy's icons constructed out of chocolate: the Colleseum, leading tower of Pisa, etc. Many famous people come to this shop, according to the photos stuck to the walls and ceiling. We ...
Liz looked around the shops until dinner time. The main street was full of families and lights again. It felt very safe walking around. Dinner was included in the trip and held at he hotel. This time we had a choice of two starters and main meals. Liz had potato & leak soup and Ross had penne for starter and the chicken and meatballs for main. We all finished off with berry ice-cream. Then were were extra full.
... with it. Pretty funny to watch her act out how we looked when we arrived. We said farewell to Lydia and Vincenzo and headed to catch the bus an hour earlier than we planned last night.
Got to the buses with about 15 minutes of free time, so watched for one that said 'Sorrento' on its marquis. As the time approached and we didn't see one, I asked a roving Sita (the bus company) worker which bus went to Sorrento. He spoke enough English to tell me ...