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... needed to get some groceries so the villa owner organised a lovely gentleman to pick us up, take us to the supermarket and then drop us back home. Service is excellent.
We are now having dinner at a beautiful restaurant overlooking some of the coastline.
I have put up a couple of photos that I took on the way. There will be more to come.
Love to all xxxxxx
... get on another bus surprisingly! My next stop was Praiano, my beautiful friend Anna recommended a place here and she either knows me too well or got lucky but this spot was so me. Praiano is smaller and tourists more often then not stop off here but don't stay with more basing themselves in Amalfi or Positano. Heaven! Casa Colomba where I was staying had warned me about the 200 stairs up to the house but I was like I need the exercise... well blimen ...
... where they are or if they are trying to pass.
Tomorrow we head for Rome for the last three days of our holiday. I have to say that Steve has done a magnificent job driving in conditions that many would not have considered even trying. I am so proud of him. Tonight we are going up for steaks on the rooftop and a glass of red and tomorrow - Rome here we come!!!
Love to everyone,
Steve and Sandy xx
... a huge serving of pasta with tuna, chilli, tomato and olives I watch the lighting of the candles and the fire dancing show. It is indeed spectacular, so I'm pleased that I did get to view this, as it only has a few nights left.
Patricia (who manages Casa Privata) and I have planned to awake early tomorrow, 4.45, and walk the Sentiero degli dei (Path of the Gods). So I set alarm and mentally prepare myself for the zillions of steps!!
... individual residences.
Anyway, we had a really good time. And we occasionally would see little lizards skittering over the stones. :) We ended our tour in the auditorium they used for the gladiators. Then we walked back out to the main entrance and caught the metro back to the part of town we'd started in.
We found a McDonald's to try and post to the blog. Imagine if McDs got full of itself and decided to be a food court. That is where we were. ...