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... itinerant vendors wandering about—they seem to be very much a part of the fabric of society here in southern Italy. I see three of them side by side, each fitting right into the stereotype: An African fellow selling pirated DVDs…a Chinese woman selling miscellaneous gadgets… and a Roma woman… just begging. I look at them and wonder… what will they be doing 10 years from now? I suppose the Chinese woman will have here own shop by then. The ...
... we were even getting used to all those stairs! We had timed the routes coming and going. We had the trek down to a fine science. 22:39 minutes down to the square and 30:10 minutes up, well that is when we were not carrying anything and when it was on fresh legs! Though going down was easier on your breathing and cardio, the steepness of the stairs definitely did not make it a walk in the park. Now the final stats for a couple of very good days of hiking and even a few miles on the ...
... shared a trio of ricotta-stuffed zucchini flowers, baked eggplant, and a pizza roll for an appetizer. Matt then dove into a veal and pork rib masterpiece and I partook in the pumpkin soup with mushrooms and gnocchi. For dessert we shared an outstanding chocolate mousse cake. Since we had already conquered half of the journey home, we decided to walk the remainder. It took us 40 more minutes, but we were finally back to the hotel!! An early Capri boat excursion in the AM!! ...
... ride to Isle di Capri. The island is basically a large mountain with the villages built into the side of it. We travelled by Funicular-tram car to the main town centre. From there we took a tiny bus along narrower streets (only fit one car at a time and are all two way) to Grotto Azzurra (Blue Cave). Some of us braved the choppy waters and jumped on a row boat and were lead through a narrow entrance into the cave. The colour is from ...
... Pompeii. When we decided we wanted to make our way to Caecillius' home, Mark lead me straight there like he'd visited a hundred times. We were able to find the exact house thanks to some modern plaques on the ruined walls. Looking through the gate, we had a rare opportunity to know actual stories that took place in that same house.
We continued on through the narrow streets stopping at different homes along the way, finally making it to ...