Sorrento Holidays (T335)
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... really alive. The port area is well developed and there are some very beautiful restored buildings in the area.
We first visited the Archealogical Museum which has an amazing collection of frescoes, statues, mosaics and paintings. Most are thousands of years old. The mosaics were mostly on the floors in those days and some were so fine that you could fit 34 pieces into a square centimetre. Quite ...
... mountain and had some good picture taking opportunities at the cliff edge much to Malani’s chagrin.
Sorrento was a quaint area where Malani and I ventured off and into several small Smallgoods shops, smelling cheese and checking out the stuff. We went into a supermarket later on and had a look at what the Italians purchase. We bought a toothbrush.
Found a small café and had a latte with two pizzas and we shared ...
Today's excursion - Sorrento to Amalfi.
Listening to the advice of many, we opted to take the public bus from Sorrento to Amalfi.
The day was a balmy 12 degrees. We all ditched our thermals. I felt so light. Tess was talking about going swimming. We couldn't convince her that if she was at home this would feel like a winters day.The sun was out, she felt warm = swimming weather!
We ate breakfast while enjoying the views ...
... The views here were made even more special when a bride and groom arrived to have their photos taken. After lunch, with the roof down, we headed for Capri and enjoyed another walk around.
After a very enjoyable day, we caught the hydrofoil back to Sorrento. Thank you Enzo.
After we returned, we rejoined our tour for a gelato making demonstration and tasting. The chef was very passionate about his gelato and it was delicious.
A quick tea saw us all looking forward to ...
... evening, checked in and found my father pacing around the hotel lobby while my mother slept. My father is a man that travels like most people follow the news: almost daily. Time zones for him offer no challenge, and he acclimates easily. My mother requires (like the rest of us) about three days of transition. I was counting on my kids to accelerate her adaptation. Shortly after finding Tom, Rusty and Tissy arrived at the hotel so we could all have dinner together. They ...