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Another gorgeous day in Sorrento.
We wake to sunshine and Tess' needle stuck on the 'swimming' channel.
Today's excursion - Pompeii.
This has been on my bucket list for almost 20 years. Since my cousin TC returned from his Europe trip and showed me photos when I was a teenager. I am looking forward to it.
We take the advice of a friend and pay for an English speaking guide who proves to be a ...
I poured more hours into planning the week of "Sorrento" than I have for any other single week in the 13.5 months we'll be gone. The reason? I was hoping to make everything as perfect as possible for the group to be assembled in my favorite country, overlooking my (heretofore) most favorite locale in the world: Capri. Why? Because my parents would join us for a week in Italy, and some of my other favorite people on the planet, Rusty and Tissy, would join us for a few days ...
... garden of lemon trees that eventually led us to a lemoncello factory. We had one more lemon gelato for the road and I couldn't resist a bottle of lemoncello to take for our journey to Matera (NB: mum I took your warning about the deadly lemoncello hangover- we are drinking it slowly, there's still plenty left for Sail Croatia). Matera is the home of the sassi* - a really indescribable (though in saying that - I will try) village of cave dwellings. *[sassi translates to rocks in ...
... filled with smoked mozzarella and sea bass. For dessert, lemon delight. The wine flowed the entire time...I never got the name, it was white and came from 2 hours away...grapes grown on tufa rocks...it was fantastic!
Now, back to Babs and Bert...after a couple glasses of wine, she told me that they came to an understanding, they were companions. She said things were better and she was enjoying spending his money on shore excursions, massages and wine! He ...
... with us for this adventure and loved the freedom of having a car to explore…Until the car broke down. After a delicious lunch in the Chianti region, we stopped at a winery for a tasting but they were closed. We piled back in the car to find another spot, but the car wouldn’t start. Dang. We spent the next three hours at the winery (where they offered us NO wine – jerks) calling the rental company, trying to figure out how we’d get from this ...