Casa Religiosa di Ospitalita "Oasi Madre Della Pace"
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... the sea. Now at this point I will tell you that Amalfi is the original home of Limoncello so along this Coast there are shops selling Limoncello "everything".
So guarded are these folks of their "lemon" products that one particular shop would not allow photos to be taken. Others are not so guarded, thankfully.
Lemon everything, beautiful lemon cake, two different varieties were special to this region and we have tasted both at different times ...
... lovely with modern facilities right in the middle of the old town. We talked to a young Melbourne couple over fried sardines and white wine then met a family of Americans at Happy Hour at our B&B before dining at Inn Buffalito which was fantastic. They do all things Buffalo, so I had a platter with buffalo mozzarella and cold cuts while Steve had the buffalo sausage, so ...
... wandered the streets of Sorrento until almost midnight. What a lively place this is!! I can't really compare it to anything else. We had our first limoncello here as this is the birth place of that drink and we ended up at an English pub really only because I really had to pee. So here is a first for me. When I asked our waiter, who called us "my friends", where the bathroom was, he asked if I had to go pee pee or poo poo. I'm not sure what difference it made but my ...
Well, we arrived in Sorrento today, another gorgeous island off the Italian coast, the homes & hotels and resorts were literelly 'hanging' off the cliff face, on "foundations" built by the original Roman walls dating back a squllion years, the tender boat ride in was a little chilly, but the day got better as it went along - we have only one more day left on the cruise...... Damn ...
... volcano and erupts regularly. Experts believe that another cataclysmic eruption, akin to the 79AD one, is now overdue. There really is not a disaster management plan in place to manage an eruption of this scale (they are in place for smaller eruptions) - given that approximately 2 million people are considered to live in the "red zone".
Pompeii itself (beyond the ruins) is a very unattractive place - full of garbage and ugly buildings. Tourists do not tend to stay in ...
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