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We ate dinner at a trattoria, enjoyed gelato (because we haven't spent ALL of our gelato money yet!) as we did a lap of the main street.
After frustrating a few locals and causing a minor traffic jam in the underground car park we headed back to our hotel.
Stepped out onto the terrace to take in the scene and twinkling lights below, a few prank calls from our kids room, then into bed - exhausted.
... our scalps being removed by the rock or the chain that the boat captains use to get through quickly before the tide filled the gap again. But once inside - wow! The water glowed a bright and beautiful blue, but the cave itself was pitch black. You could see the oars rowing each boat around the grotto, and the Italian boat captains immediately began singing at the top of their lungs - and Silvio was the loudest. The cacophony of sound was a bit overwhelming, especially ...
... fish. The owners of the restaurant had a big fluffy white dog that sat outside on the steps and my brother took some pictures with it. After dinner we headed back up where we came from and watched the sun set. We shopped a little more in downtown Sorrento and got an amazing gelato from a nice italian family. We all went right to bed when we got back to the hotel room. Tomorrow we check out and head to Manocalzati ...
... They're a fun couple and we had some laughs with them. They were going for a spa and we ended up joining them later. We also went to a talk about Rembrandt too which was good. We saw some pics about two of the pictures we saw in the Rijks museum. That night after dinner with a German couple and an English couple, we went to a most excellent magic show by Craig and Liz. I wish I knew just how they do ...
... next bus. We make it, the sun is shining. Our hotel is up the hill, so a baggage handler in a golf cart up loads up our stuff and drives us up the hill and takes our stuff to the front door. For 5 euro a bag, not a bad way to earn some money. The Villa Lara B&B is lovely and we get a room with a wisteria theme. After a few moments we head back down the hill for food and wine that we can partake on the terrace. After that, a jacuzzi bath and....pretty romantic. ...