Casale degli Dei
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... this tour with Trafalgor.
After 2 hours of walking in St Peters, we bus toured Rome, seeing Coloseum, Forum, shopping
districts, followed by dinner, and ending with sleeping at midnight. Sleep, though only 5 houurs
Sunday morning, 8:15, toured Vatican, attended a unbelievable Mass on Palm Sunday along with 800,000 ...
... We loved the fact that he was wearing a UCLA hat! He takes lots of college groups through and has collected more than 200 US university caps. After our visit there we drove to Sorrento. This is a lovely seaside town. We walked around the old town area, did some shopping and went Limoncello tasting! This area is famous for everything lemon...and the hillsides are terraced with lemon trees as far as you can see from Sorrento down to Salerno. It ...
So today, after the few attempts at keeping things less stressful. We decided instead that we would explore the local area. Seemed like a good idea considering the fact that it's where we are staying. So we should know some about it. So we made an early start in to town, walking in slowly and sedately enjoying the view and trying to avoid being squished by the cars and buses (since there are no footpaths) and arrived into Vettica Maggiore shortly after.
We walked down to ...
... transformation. We enjoyed an Aperol Spritz and told our waiter that we had been there when it was a restaurant and he insisted on buying our drinks. How Italian is that?
In search of dinner off the main piazzas, we decided on Le Grazie, a quiet family run establishment where the man making pizza in the wood oven entertained Bri. He cut her a piece of delicious crust hot out of the oven. ...
... learn to speak Italian by self study and speaking to locals rather fast and enjoy Italian more than any other language
· I know A LOT more Spanish that I thought I knew
· People in Italy LOVE to stare at me, and as a New Yorker , it’s helped me to have somehow get over it
· I can, not complain ...