Villa Elisa Casa Vacanze
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... drove down to Sorrento, parked the car & walked to the train station. That was an experience in itself.
Then the hair raising, roller coaster ride along the coast road began. We were so glad we didn't attempt it in our Renault tank and its ridiculously large turning circle. This was a small car playground. I have never seen so many Fiats in one place. (Thinking of you Jo)
The drive was everything that was ...
... cooked dinner at home, Rafaelle joined us during dessert unexpectedly, which was a nice surprise for all, except for perhaps Sam, who had to clear his mind enough to attempt to translate Rafaelle's Italian. While Sam has an impressive mastery of French (completely fluent without a detectable accent) and his German is pretty good too, his Italian has more to do with pronouncing words well without necessarily knowing the meaning of them. I'm pretty sure he just puts ...
... night each table had 10 servings of different plates of food. Us girls were literally rolling out of there by the end.
It was served as a traditional Italian dinner and the food was amazing but way too much. The plan was to head out for cocktails after, but after an attempt we just couldn’t fit a cocktail in and needed to lay down. Jess and I with a few of the other girls caught the bus back to the camping ground and took our food babies to bed.
Aussies over and out ...
... three toppings. That is the Italian way. After pizza we continued our journey to Sorrento. Here we stayed for the two nights at a cliff top camping village. We spent the evening in Sorrento and went to watch a Limoncello demonstration and tried the Limoncello candies they made. The made was extremely passionate and the chocolates were amazing. If you are lucky they may make it back home or they might all disappear before then. Not sure! We then went a brought a bottle ...
... You must spent 40€ at the restaurant for free parking otherwise it's 3€/hr. We didn't want to stay and eat. There was no way we would spend 40€ and the longer we stayed the more parking was. The waiter came to take our order and we said we were done. Wow was he ****** off. Just another victim to is tourists. They charged us a sitting fee, so coffee, water and parking came to 16€. As we were leaving Pompeii there are 2 main directions ...