Grand Hotel Punta Molino
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Really long day....up at 5:15. Out by 6:15, quick breakfast at the local cafe (standing up) and the up to take the Metro by 6:35. Arrival at 7:00 at the Piazza del Popolo for the day trip to Vesuvius and Pompeii. We depart around 7:30 from Rome...but the bus had a mechanical problem and pulled over. They caled for a mechanic and then a new bus...we lost about 1.5 - 2 hours....our first stop (after a bathroom stop) was Mount Vesuvius. Very impressive to see the bus navigate ...
... the lemon cello they order more wine. We finally leave on the last boat at 5 pm and the girls are the last ones left in the restaurant. Guess they will be going back with the staff. We do not have wifi in the apartment. There is a café where we can sit and have a drink and use the wifi, so will be out of touch while we are here in Positano. Darren, give Sierra a kiss from Gramma and tell her that “Gramma loves her to the moon and back and misses her ...
... we work out that it's bad communication and say dont worry......Rhid then says they'd like to meet up but they're in the middle of a five course dinner. I look at Grant, we're eating Pringles on the beach.
We say dont worry about meeting up tonight, we'll meet tomorrow as we're going to stay another night. We're staying longer as need to plan the next stage and we dont want any more of this last minute running to ferries ...
... was in Positano. There is none!! as people park on the roadway as close as they can to the cliff with a 3000 ft drop to the ocean or hug the mountain so you can only climb put the driver side door. Either way, I'm glad we didn't drive here!!! Liam and Rowan had scrapes on their bodies from the waves crashing them ashore, but as the bandages covered their bodies, the smiles overshadowed any injuries. This phase of our trip was ...
... We took a train back and got back in to Milan yesterday afternoon. Today we checked in at Bocconi University and went to the metro station to purchase our monthly metro cards, which happens to be a great deal! It was 10 euros to buy the student card, and then it is 17 euros per month for unlimited use on all the public transportation in the city. For comparison, the 10-use pass we bought to get us through the first few days was 13 euros.