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... of course we ran in opposite directions. None the less we soon met in a solidly impacting embrace that coupled with our running to meet one another drew some stares, and I'll bet every single one of them wished that they had as warm, happy and loving greeting as I received and gave. We were quickly on our way to board the bus into the city and the train station exchanging stories of our time apart. I guess here is a good time (possibly a belated time) to name my ...
... torturous ride back. We were given a half hour to walk around Sorrento before we were off to our next destination. Our driver informed us that this was the home town of that Italian Captain that was responsible for that tragic ship accident, in which many passengers lost their lives. Sorrento is such a very cute town, I bought myself a nice turquoise scarf there. Learned that some tourists take cooking classes here. Our last lovely city was Positano. The ...
... 8211; on a Wednesday night. After getting refueled with the tastes, smells and sights of our morning breakfast experience, we started our day.
In search of “Napoli Underground” we strolled some of the same streets in the late morning
that we had ambled down the night before. Some shops were already open by 10, but it was much more subdued. Today was garbage day, so the streets and ...
... get away with doing. The street was full of people and all of those within a 5 yard radius heard him. I found it funny because there are so many languages spoken in Europe, but everyone understands the language of “gas”.
Exhausted from the heat and sun, we traveled back to the ship to prepare for our big day tomorrow in Rome. If I hear someone on the streets of Rome pass gas, I might join in and say, “When in ...
Naples, Italy. We had breakfast at 8.30am on the rooftop. We set off to the train station and bought 2 train tickets for 4.60 E for the day to hop on and off for Pompeii, Vesuvius and Herculaneum. We got seats but at the main station a lot of teenagers got on who were traveling to Sorrento for a beach day. More people and teenagers tried to get on the train on later ...