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... qualities, I'll be sure to drink it on a regular basis!
It rained a bit in Amalfi. We've been really lucky weather- wise since we left Venice. No need for rain boots-and that's good news! We had on first hint of painted dishes in the Amalfi gift shores.
As we started our 1.5 hour drive home, we marvelled at how the little towns seemed to cling to the cliffs that climbed from the Tyrrhenian Sea.
On the road at 7.30 in an attempt to beat the heat and the traffic. It I is the. Last week end of the summer holidays and the nearer the coast the busier it gets. Drove past Mt Vesuvius and it was surprising to see buildings part of the way up the mountain for an active Volcano. People living all around it. Arrived at hotel at Sorrento in early afternoon, checked into hotel, ...
... all clustered together handing off the sides of said cliffs, no waves... its breathtaking.
We get to Sorrento relatively unscathed. The Vespa's start making their presence felt and stressing our driver out a little bit - especially when they cut up on the inside lane (sorry, there is no actual lane there, its a made up space just for small vehicles). All I can say is I am glad that our van has good brakes and Louise ...
d. Pig’s trough, &
e. Toast Brawling Machine (without knobs).
OK last rumours doing the rounds at the table:
a. One person has died on the cruise (confirmed) – this person died before our Gallipoli shore excursion. (Maybe during one of Ron’s stories and no-one noticed).
b. Two others (3 in total) have died. (Traveling in the elevator after my ...
We're off to Sorrento! Had to buy another piece of luggage to accommodate our shopping,so a bit more cumbersome boarding but not bad. The train is quite comfy with leather seats and huge windows. After making it to Naples we had to catch a commuter train to Sorrento aka "The Sardine Can". Standing room only with all our luggage for 1 1/2 hours and 31 stops. Can you ...