Casa Religiosa di Ospitalita "Oasi Madre Della Pace"
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... route into town through the back covered alleyways used in the stormy weather. We stop for a much needed caffeine break (not the shop owned by cupcakes) and a pastry filled with ricotta and citrus. I just eat the delicious inside part. After relaxing by the pebbled beach watching the people with orange leathered skin in speedos it is cruise time.
We sit and watch the coast from the boat with commentary. We see the hotel ...
... and cafés, but despite the better stretch of beach I would actually say I found Amalfi more charming. Late in the afternoon we headed back to Sorrento- with a very angry bus driver at the helm (although I think you'd just about have to be on the brink of a nervous breakdown driving this route day in day out!). On the way back from Positano Bernard was saying how amazing it was that we hadn't seen ...
... br> We sat down outside with the darkness all around with the waves lapping just below our feet, some call it private dining !!!
The meal and service was amazing, we opted for a cold meat selection with tomato and mozzarella side dish, and when Donna and Helen had Spaghetti with tomato I opted for spaghetti with mussels.
Yum but surreal !!!
We left and they closed the restaurant, possibly the village ...
... This is good if your in wifi but currently internet is a little sparse (well free wifi anyway!) so I have no clue if we have tickets or not! I will try and find out tonight! We took a nice walk around the bay and there are some amazing views particularly as it has now stopped raining! Looking around we spied a couple of nice restaurants that were on top of the cliffs with lovely views across to Mount Vesuvius. I figured let's go mental and book a lovely table with a great view for ...
... need and code words for several words we weren't allowed to use on our tour. The first word being 'Cupcake'. For the rest of our tour the Marfia would be known as the Cupcakes. The second word would be something that both Clare and I could never remember which would be code for any form of police! Once at Pompeii we met our local tour guide Franky Baby who would show us through Pompei including the brothels and how to get ...
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