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Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... first in Chicago, then Frankfurt, before getting to Naples sixteen hours after taking off on the first flight. On the leg from Chicago to Frankfurt, the flight attendant welcomed the group from KOB-TV when she did the usual welcoming of frequent flyer members.
The flights were fairly good—economy plus on the flights from ABQ to ORD and from ORD to FRA. We had a row of three seats to ourselves on the ...
We slept last night with our balcony doors wide open and loved hearing the waves hitting the cliff below all through the night. The sound of the waves was very relaxing and made for a good nights rest. Today we had breakfast at 7:00, checked out, and left the Hotel Cetus at 7:45 for a bus ride south to the Isle of Capri. We drove through Naples on our way to the Marina Grande where we took a ferry ...
You know you are near something good when there are gladiators about!
I have always wanted to go to Pompeii - and here I am. The guide cautioned us a few times to have our expectations in check... it may not be all that you expect - and so I began to wonder what I was in for.
We started in the gladiator training grounds. By the size of the rooms they had they were quite short! ...
... for me is Positano. The town drip down the mountside before spilling into the sea, a harmonious mix of pastels and whites against the blue of the sky and sea and the greens and greys of the mountains.
I liked it. A lot. We ended our day at the coast by having lunch (around 3pm) at a restaurant high up the hill with views that are burnt into my memory. As it's Edi's birthday it was appropriate to be eating on a mountain top. Cheers Edi if you read this.
... no planned tours.
Jim and Ruth joined Julianne, Ian and ourselves for dinner at the Patio Grill tonight and plans have been made to have dinner at Restaurant 2 with them on the last night.
Need to get to bed since the captain is going to spend ½ hour around Stromboli at 5am tomorrow morning so we can catch the volcano’s eruption. It apparently erupts every 20 minutes or so and against the dawn sky should be spectacular.