Hotel Delle Palme
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... and cake. Afterwards we went back to the apartment and stayed there until we had to go for dinner.
Today the 13th of September we went to the Amalfi Coast for a drive. On the drive there it was a very long and windy road and at one point we hit the barrier and scraped the side of the car. When we arrived at Amalfi we went for a walk around the town to have a look at all old buildings and the scenery. We bought many souvenirs to keep for memories later on in ...
After Everybody dance, Rochelle and I went for drinks with Bre, Jenny, Dante and Lauren. I need to have one last martini (raspberry lemonade is my fave) before I left the ship. It was nice to have a relaxing evening and luckily we were able to call it an early night since I had to disembark the ship quite early the next morning.
It was so amazing to be able to spend the last 2 weeks with my sister. When you live away from your family, you really start ...
... sleep. The alarms went off at 6:15 and we were all awake..for about 30 seconds. At 7:25 Allie comes running into our room thinking she was the only one here. Frantically we called one of the leaders and convinced him we were already walking out the door and to hold the bus. Roughly at 7:47 we arrived at school! I probably smelt like "Last Friday Night" but luckily I was sitting next to my friend Matt and not some random stranger.
Our first stop of the ...
... emphasis on the first syllable. The ferry station was next to the cruise terminal and the ferrys leave frequently. The cost was EUR16 one way, about $24. This very large "Jet Boat" appeared at 0920 that could easily carry 200+ persons on three decks, the seating was similar to an airplane with a 4 x 5 x 4 configuration and large screen tv's showing local shows in Italian. Once we left the port the engines kicked in ...
Next stop, the famous Amalfi coast. I programmed in longer route at the start of the day which would hopefully take us right along the coastal road to a campsite near the end of the peninsula. Sadly that was scuppered just as we reached what we'd hoped would be some spectacular driving. Just after leaving the motorway a girl in a fluorescent jacket jumped out from the side of the road and waved ...