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... Sorrentini meal at the English Inn, and later walked down to the marina. Taking the winding trail down to the water, I thought I would switch it up and take them back up to Piazza Sant Antonino a different route. A route that happened to be gated off at the top… woops! Mom and Dad just laughed though, convinced it was a secret effort of mine and my sister’s to get them to exercise more.
On Tuesday I ...
... bus stop after a bit more therapy and caught the coach home. I sat on the wrong side of the bus and was glad when we got off, it's a long long way down and the driver was on the phone again. It was finally time to grab all the bits in the fridge and make dinner
with the last of the wine and watch the sunset going red for the last time on the Amalfi Coast, pack the cases and get ready to leave tomorrow morning for ...
... chiming until 7.00 am, and then it is all day on the quarter hour, so for the moment, the relative quietness was welcome. There was a signora somewhere in her house on the hill singing - I have heard her before on previous visits. There normally is a resident gato at the house we rent, but as yet, we haven't seen him. I wonder if it will be the same, friendly cat from last time we were here or a new gato? It is wonderful to be ...
... up lots of steps through the township of Praiano and we're heading towards the 16th century San Domenico convent, clinging dramatically to the cliffside, and the start of the track.
The festival of illumination, in honour of the saint of Santa Maria a Castro (from over 400 years ago) is celebrated by illuminating thousands of candles, including the Convent, which at this time of morning is a beautiful site, with the sparkling ...
... which I don't understand and say non comprehende...so he sits again. Another 5 minutes goes by before the other man comes and simply says 'Casa Privata', to which I say Ci (yes)....so finally we're on our way...down the many, many steps until we arrive at the huge wooden doorway.
As I step through I discover the villa is indeed as beautiful as I expected. I'm greeted by an Austrian lady, Patricia, who is running the villa, and we sit in the lounge bar ...
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