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Like all Italian drivers, Antonio was very relaxed driving, not at all phased by the conditions.
He firstly apologised for the weather, which at 8am was drizzle, however with in thirty minutes cleared and remained dry though a little overcast for the remainder of the day.
As we drove, he explained the area. He stopped at various spots. One just outside Amalfi was a old man, who was recreating his village ...
... of marble. The rooms are all decorated in blue and yellow with mosaic tiles on the floors. We have a small private balcony overlooking the olive trees planted on the hill behind the hotel. It’s the beginning of harvest time for the olives so the nets have been opened up under them to catch them as the fall from the trees.
No time to unpack and it’s off to drive the Amalfi coast and a visit to Poisitano. This was definitely one of the ...
... enjoyment. The cast came out into to the audience a number of times and at one point one of them gave Rob an instrument to play (which was only a prop it turns out). They pulled a lady out of her seat and spun her around and just plain hammed it up with audience members. They didn't give us tambourines like last night but they did make us sing!! A great way to end the day. Off to bed now as we have an early start tomorrow for the Isle of ...
Woke to another beautiful day in Umbria. I really enjoyed Spoleto and would certainly recommend it as a destination for anyone coming to Italy. But today we left Umbria for Campania. After we got out of the narrow streets of beautiful Spoleto our main entertainment on the long drive to Sorrento was the maniacal driving of the Italians. It would appear that the smaller the car, the more thrill-seeking is the ...
... were no longer being taken to shore. They were only bringing passengers back from Sorrento. Hope these choppy seas don’t prevent us from getting onto shore via tender at Santorini!
At 6pm we went to the Grand Salon on Deck 6 to hear about Taormina/Messina etc… by guest speaker Dr. Ben Taggie. I started nodding off – not because what he was speaking about was boring, but from our day out today. Good thing tomorrow is a leisurely ...