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... and blogging and it was time to head out for dinner... although we are afraid to go out tonight in fear that nothing can live up to this day.
Grant found a family style restaurant at the top of the mountain that came highly recommended called Trattoria La Tagliata so we made a reservation and their shuttle bus came to pick us up. I have described the roads here in some detail. Let me just borrow the saying from Hayley which pretty much sums ...
... the door. The floor plan inside was just as confusing as the streets outside. It had several rooms with a theme to each room…meat, wine, household etc. And as usual, the eggs are not refrigerated. I collected several snacks and items for dinner and breakfast. Then I carried my two bags of groceries back to the apartment and up the 75 steps for the 3rd time within a couple of hours.
For supper I boiled tortellini stuffed with meat with tomato sauce ...
... shook as well to add to the experience). It also had one where you watched a DVD about a villa & the part you stood on was like the small pool in the villa and as you moved it looked & sounded like your feet were in the water. It was good that it wasn't crowded otherwise you might not be bothered to take your time & look at all the displays because they did take a while to complete their 'story'. We were there for 1½ hours.
We then arrived at Herculaneum at ...
... descent down the 230 steps and meet Letizia part way down. She takes us to the apartment and as we get near, Paul begins to panic. I wish there is something I can do for him, but these are demons he must battle himself. It takes a while, but he is successful descending the rest of the stairs and arrives at the apartment. Letizia gives us the tour, explains some important things, like recycling which is very big in Italy, the use of the wash machine and a few ...
... 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 ...