Villa Alviani Anna
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... navigation system in a town that we know is on this main road, to ensure we don't have any unplanned side trips (like what happened to us way back in Dunkirk, when our little electronic friend took us to Ambrose via central Paris. OMG - what a nightmare - and totally unnecessary). So we thwart Mrs GPS, and it works brilliantly. It cost another 33 euros to travel on this stretch of road, and then, bizarrely, another 2 euros to enter ...
... someone may have thought there was a dead dog in the lift),
c. Toaster Stress at Deck 13:
a. knobs on the toaster removed; &
b. Fat lady and man face to face arguing about ‘standing’ etiquette waiting for toast.
Well another big day out and our last dinner at Table 570.
It’s been a great cruise despite the sickness on board and bad WIFI; the rest of the experience has ...
... I am not sure that he was impressed at us translating what he was saying to Tess, who couldn't understand his heavily accented English.
We toured the ruins marveling at the excavation works, the state of preservation & getting a real sense of life in ancient Pompeii.
We felt really sad for those poor people and the terror they must have felt on the day of the eruption.
We ate our picnic ...
... enjoyed some pizza in its natural habitat (Naples is the birthplace of pizza). After lunch, we headed to the port to catch the ferry to Sorrento. When we got to the port, we were told (in very broken English) that our ferry was going to be at another port in Naples... So, we walked to the next port, only to get the same response. Finally, at our third port, we hopped on the 35 minute ferry to our first stop on the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento. When we arrived, we were faced ...
... swarm this busy street for their local produce, meats and fish. There is even a local room just off the Piazza San Gaetano that has a few tables with men playing poker or whatever the gambling game may be here. Some vendors have their faux bags of Gucci, Prada, Burberry and Louis Vitton spread out in the Piazza. I was hooked and pulled in to purchase a Prada bag for myself. ;-) The photo says it all - at least I kept to my travelers' sense of security and bought something that idle ...