Charming International Hotel
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... We spent the day lounging and reading on a white sandy beach under a big umbrella. I've never had an all-inclusive or relaxing beach holiday, but I imagine that is what it would be like. I didn't want to leave. I even considered who I could bribe to stay a few more days. We had a delicious dinner of grilled vegetables, gnocchi, caprese salad and wine. The following day we headed back to the mainland to explore Naples before Tracie would be ...
... We hopped back on the bus and drove around more of the city sights. About 4.30 we decided we had had enough and left the tour at the bus stop nearest our hotel. We caught the funicular back up the hill only it was an express and as we found out later, our station was actually stop 2. We got out and started walking and realised we were at the wrong spot because nothing looked familiar. So we got back on the funicular to ...
... tours, don't stop regularly for shopping, bathroom, resting: stuff that Mom looks forward to. She grabbed that cup and it turned out she was the only one to get anything on that day. The bus windows are tinted and while it's quite a pleasant ride, picture taking through those windows flattens the contrast and takes the zip out of your pics so I don't bother. According to our itinerary, we were supposed to stop in the three towns on the coast but because of time constraints, we ...
... whilst we were visiting, it is hard to imagine that the mountain was able to destroy the whole city. Some parts were covered in more than 90 feet of ash!
One of the last things that we saw was the huge amphitheatre. We thought of Henry and outdoor performances while we were there!
Back to Naples in the evening, heading to Rome tomorrow.
Lots of love,
... until next year now, so I'm hoping by then it'll feel better. And in the meantime I'll forget about it as best I can. Time is a weird feeling like that. It passes and heals, you just have to wait. So the walk ended in Positano and I caught the bus back to Amalfi from there and then another bus to Salerno, then changing there for Naples. Although there was an accident on the road and we were massively delayed. I left Amalfi at 5pm but then didn't return ...