Casa Religiosa di Ospitalita "Oasi Madre Della Pace"
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... in the evening there are more locals strolling than foreigners. Whether in restaurants or just wandering the streets, locals and travelers blend more naturally here than I have seen elsewhere on my trip to Italy.
My main reason for coming to Sorrento was to use it as a base to visit Pompei and Herculaneum. My son Graeme was not impressed at all with Naples (my first choice of base) .
The first couple of days I ...
... Of course I am sitting up the front. Moron! But it's all ok. We have Maria whom is an excellent driver. I am appreciative that I get to take photos out the front of the mini van. I am sitting with a different Steve, Lynda's husband. He reminds me of Steve Vizard. Dry wit. We are both humming 'That's Amore'. He is good value. We catch small glimpses of Positano. Then the camera is out and we take a photo of a few houses then some more then hundreds ...
... last year.
We again felt very privileged because we had a private tour which started at 8:30 and had the site more or less to ourselves for about an hour before the flag bearing groups arrived. Lucia told us on Sunday of this week Pompeii had 20,000 visitors. Apparently tomorrow will see many more than today, there being six cruise ships in port.
The temperature was 30 degrees today and I know you in Vancouver ...
... were straight on our way to the Amalfi Coast. Apparently every one says that if you are to drive the Amalfi Coast (which they dont recommend you do...) to have a small vehicle and for it to be automatic. Here my father was driving a small manual van....Crazy man I tell ya. He did amazing though!! All throughout the crazy roads and tour buses, he did a fantastic job. There were only a few moments were I had to close my eyes - ...
... had ones who I had read about who wanted to check your ticket to make sure you were getting on to the right carriage. We were able to brush these aside.
We waited about 30 mins for our train all the while keeping watch. We had also taken our watches off as suggested by others. On the Pompei train we stood near the door with our bags. We have never seen so much graffiti either. It was everywhere. It was over an hour trip as it circled around ...
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