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... A relaxing day to end the trip. Ready to come home, but not homesick. At some stage you end your travels, as this then generates the next trip. It is very hard to determine the best parts of the trip. There were way too many things we did that you cannot compare each one. They all have a special place in our memories.
Travelling for 8 weeks with Wendy has been one of the biggest highlights. Spending 24 hours, day after day, could ...
... at hotel not good) overlooking the beach/bay/terraced houses were lovely and memorable.
6. Bumping into the same Canadian couple who we had met at dinner and had a great chat with. In English!
7. Capri was SO full of tourists (like us) yet a worthwhile day trip of boat trips and ski lifts helping to show off the rugged beauty of the island.
8. Capri - Long queues for vernacular and ...
Blog closed for Sunday due to a full day of R&R (not rock & roll) on the beach at Positano, working on our tans. Terry couldn't keep his eyes in his head, cheeks everywhere. I was happy anyway as plenty of men in DPs.everywhere. We will be back online ...
... had roast chicken with gnocchi. It was very good.
After some more wandering around we stopped at a grocery store to get some items for supper. Then we decided to take the earlier 3:20pm bus back to Montepertuso. The bus only runs every hour to two hours so you really have to time things right.
We didn’t think a bus ride could get worse than yesterday’s but we were wrong. This one had a high school group and their two teachers get on. It ...
... westward toward the tip of the peninsula. We were looking for the aptly named Sant' Aggate sui Due Golfi, which has views of both the Gulf of Salerno and the Gulf of Naples. Despite numerous signs - some more obvious than others - we could not find the Carmelite convent the guidebook said had the best views. (Note to self, next time check to make sure the guide book has directions listed and not just instructions to 'follow the signs'.)
No trip ...