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... moved on and I decided when they were cueing up for communion was a good time for me to sneek out. even with the awkward moments it was a special experience. sorrento is a cute sea side tourist town that is famous for its lemoncello. being easter weekend all the italians come to the amalfi region and so does everyone so this place is absolutely heaving so I would suggest coming here in may june apparently gets cery husy like this all summer. ...
... learning new recipes and experiencing a meal inside an Italian kitchen. Let me just begin with… wow. I cannot express enough how delicious this food was. I also cannot believe how much the Italians eat! Seriously, I began to wonder how Morgan has not already gained 50lbs eating like this every night.
It was a great experience to get to know the Italian culture a little better… even though I couldn’t understand a thing that was being said. The ...
... lift to the top. The chair lift would certainly not meet American safety standards, not much to prevent you from falling through! The ride is quite and serene as you approach the summit. There is a small cafe and viewing area at the top, just magnificent.
Our four hour stint on Capri was quickly coming to an end. We dashed down to the harbor to meet Stefano. On our way back ...
... t seem so bad - perhaps the couple of glasses of wine at the top helped! :-) (was a very pleasant spot to sit and enjoy the view & sun - couldn't understand why more people weren't doing it but instead snapping a few shots and then off).
Amazing majolica floor tiles in Church of San Michele.
Lots of cool sandals handmade in Capri and was hard to narrow it down to just a couple.
Bus back to Capri ...
... feet high and perhaps four feet wide. Men in tiny row boats would pull up alongside the tour boat and would embark 3 passengers, with a cash payment of €25 each. You were arranged in a prone fashion on the floor of the row boat and then taken over to a bigger boat where three - I want to say “hoods”- would take their €12.50 cut from the boatman. It was very “organized” and lucrative since there might be one hundred or more ...