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Travel Blogs from Piano di Sorrento
... up a conversation and were very glad we did. Helen and Ryan were from Yorkshire and were on their second trip to Italy. Close in age we found they had a lot in common with us and the conversation carried all throughout dinner. They were fans of the same American TV series that we watch and we learned all about proper Yorkshire pudding and Northern England. It was a very pleasant ending to what had been an exhausting day.
Note regarding boat rentals: Despite ...
... it was very easy to get lost, every corner we turned more interesting stuff. I'm sure there's alot more stuff not shown or undiscovered, but not enough resources to reveal it.
After Pompei we took a famous tourist drive along the Amalfi coast, filled with lots of breathtaking views as we passed through small towns. The roads were real hair raising with winding roads that got small in places along the cliffs, ...
... had lunch there which was pretty average. The chips were stone cold. What's with Italy serving cold chips?! We are sooo glad to be heading to Greece, hopefully their food is better and hot haha. We jumped back on the bus at 12pm and drove 3 hours to our next service stop. Had a bit more sleep which was good. Danny was a good leaning post. Apparently I was drooling on my pillow and catching flies haha what's new. We also got to watch ...
... We decided we needed to get a beer to drink as we strolled down the street...no big deal (nbg); Peroni and Birra Moretti - and walked past the police with it. A cool thing about Roma and other cities in Italia are Spigots - fountains all over the city you can fill up your water bottle at! Also, did I mention wine is cheaper than water anywhere you go? And they charge you for tap water, so you might as well have vino! (4) We went to Vatican State for ...
... You see neatly cut paving stones and drainage ditched in each street, and houses carefully built around open pools and courtyards to make maximum use of light—the more you look, the greater admiration you feel for this civilization of 2,000 years ago, with a city that seems better planned, designed and built that the average 21st century city!
I continue on, towards the stadium, and through the cemetery, where ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed