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... as they probably hadn't changed stock here since the 70's. Back at the hotel a lovely HOT shower washed my hair, and then just had little rest before I realised that I hadn't checked whether flight was ok as we do not appear to have any WiFi (it appears to be broken) so wet down to foyer to use computer down there. Staff so friendly she said if you like check in and I will print off your boarding pass, but decided we have to check in anyway with ...
... of the villa, Axel Munte, decided to build there, he found an old chapel to Saint Michael and so took the name. He was a doctor, and during his time he acted with great courage and dedication and was held in the highest esteem by the people of Italy. He was a writer, philanthropist and animal lover, all of which feature in the story of his life. Today, some of the things he did would be declared cultural vandalism, but removing lots of bits of Roman material from Pompeii ...
... they were wearing lol. Italians are generally so stylish (particularly in the north) but in sorrento it was dowdy comfy shoes and football shirts.
I took a bus trip to the amalfi coast for a day and stopped at positano which was totally beautiful. A really lovely small town built on a hillside above a beautiful bay. Lots of lovely winding ...
... by Margaret. Was a lovely balmy night and perfect for a look see at what Sorrento had to offer and it has heaps!! Great shopping, great restaurants, a beautiful ruined flour mill was down in a gully that is almost covered by vines.
the whole day was just one beautiful sight after another....if you get the chance the Amalfi coast is a must see/do and 2 days wasn't anywhere near enough time to enjoy it all
... 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 ...