Villa Alviani Anna
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... beautiful gardens then went to the highest point, well sort of. Mikaela was a brave little girl and went on the big scary chairlift!!! With Mark and Dianne the two people that we thought would be good people to leave her with because mum, dad or me was to scared to. While Mikaela was taking in the views from the top of the mountain, we were walking around the streets and trying not to spend any money!!!! After an ...
We slept last night with our balcony doors wide open and loved hearing the waves hitting the cliff below all through the night. The sound of the waves was very relaxing and made for a good nights rest. Today we had breakfast at 7:00, checked out, and left the Hotel Cetus at 7:45 for a bus ride south to the Isle of Capri. We drove through Naples on our way to the Marina Grande where we took a ferry ...
... Pompeii seem more real, and it's destruction more of a tragedy than the other ruins we've seen.
Our short time in Pompeii was over and we headed out to collect our lunch - a giant slice of pizza, which was very yummy! Back in Sorrento we explored the shops before heading back to our floating hotel. We have another day in Sorrento tomorrow before heading to our next destination.
... the mall and looked around, lots of little shops. We scouted for places for dinner. Saw a few good ones. Then we walked around to the Plebicito and I made Chris do the Horse walk - which is when you walk between the statues if horses with your eyes closed and try to walk straight but the piazza is tilted slightly so it's almost impossible. we went up a billion stairs to get to this castle ...
Amalfi, Ravello, and Pasta
After a typical European breakfast in
our Italian boutique hotel (40 rooms), we went on an excursion with a
guide to the coastal towns south of Praiano: Amalfi and Ravello. We
visited the Villa Rufolo, the St. Andrew's Duomo, and a wine factory,
where Cheryl and Leslie bought wine. The owner, an older gentleman,
was quite taken with Leslie after she gave him a kiss, and he gave