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... the ocean and also some of the villas owned by celebrities such as Sophia Loren. We had about 45 minutes of free time to find our way back to the meeting point, so we meandered past the high end shops, stopping to see a photo board outside a restaurant of many celebrities who'd eaten there. We did stop at a cafe so Peter could try an espresso & I could use free wifi. We headed back to the port to catch the ferry with our tour group and headed to Sorrento where we were ...
... were not really going to do the the museum justice and decided to concentrate on the things we wanted to see which were the artefacts from Herculaneum and Pompeii. They were magnificent and well worth the 18000 steps Annie's pedometer says w have walked today.
We caught the Metro home, Annie deeply asleep most of the way and now we are in bed planning our trip north to Tivoli tomorrow.
... hill, and the streets start to widen, and the bp umber of shops and restaurants start to increase. We are now in a much more upmarket part of town where the designer shops are to be found. But, we have been ashore for a few hours without an espresso, so we stop at a rather beautiful and busy looking place, take a seat outside and indulge in our first espresso of the day. Soon we are joined at the next table by a couple who were very keen to chat. It is odd that although he was ...
... his arm away which he had covered with a floppy knapsack. Another man said something to the pickpocket and he jumped off at the next stop. Fortunately Shirley had nothing in her pocket other than a map as we have been told by several people to be aware of pickpockets in Naples and Rome.
Monday we depart for Rome.
... the end of the line. The only downside for me was that it travelled through a tunnel all the way so no magnificent views.
On emerging from the station we sought the signs to the castle and museum only to find that we were in fact no way near the top and had to traverse another three lots of steep steps interspersed with a bit of flat terrain before then finally having to walk up a steep narrow street that was barely wide enough for a car. Wondering if ...