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... make limoncello (the abundance of lemons on the Sorrentine Peninsula makes limoncello one of their claims to fame!) and with the guidance of the chef, we made our own pizza.
Midway through the meal, we noticed people leaving the table. Folks had flocked to the grassy area by the edge of the hill to watch the sunset. The colors and light of the sunsets in Sorrento were indescribable. Everything seems to turn bright shades of pinks, yellows, ...
... and drinks before dinner.
We drank a local liqour called Limoncello and snacked on a plate (or two) of freshly caught fried sardines & brushcetta. Remember, they eat dinner later here, so we had to wait for the restaurant to open. This was such a lovely, little family run ...
... was great and we were served extras on top of our ordered platter of meat and cheese and main course of pork and beef. Bill went for it with T-bone steak. He just had a small one which must have been about 1 kilo. All fantastic and with cheap but lovely local house wine a great night again. More limoncello before we went back for more limoncello and coffee and chocolate - this is getting boring I know! No chance with the jeans and tee shirt now ...
The coastal drive around
the Bay of Naples is very pretty but very crowded with settlements
merging into one huge area interspersed with vineyards, olives and
market gardens. Sorrento is on the southern side of the bay and a
fairly slow drive through tunnels and over high bridges. After we
left the ferry at Naples we had breakfast at a rather swish hotel
(**** food on the ferry apparently) overlooking ...
last night there was a HUGE fire on the backside of the crater that backs up to Carney Park, military park by our house. It went from a small glow to several acres in about 30 minutes, and no fire control helicopters have arrived yet. In this pic, you can see the fire on the mountaintop, with the town of Lucrino in front of our back terrace for perspective. While the mountainside is ...