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... 500 metres down, that was me, had shut my eyes few times. Beautiful coastline. Sorrento very busy, walked streets, again typical narrow streets with lots stalls lining streets. Went to another beautiful chapel, found remains of wall that surrounded the town yet again took lots photos, hoping remember what and where they were taken! Back on bus back around winding road forgot ...
... a taxi and climb away from the city up, up, up a series of curvy residential roads to our charming hotel.
We enjoy a chat with the innkeeper, buy a bottle of wine and retreat to our room to put up our feet. Feeling pretty tired after our morning of walking around the city. The kitchen is closed on Sundays so pizza is ordered for dinner and since the WiFi doesn't reach our room, we catch up on our social media while we wait downstairs.
... you were not completely visible when changing. Then headed down to the beach (again made of rocks) to go swimming. When I was done parking the van, I found Laura, Sam and Blake out hanging out on a floating pontoon in the deeper water. They were near the floating playhouse - inflatable slides, bouncing pad, etc - that had inspired interest when we first arrived. Brady and Bryce had already learned that you paid extra to use the 'fitness' ...
... away (and farther downhill) then necessary because we didn't do our homework and tried to be spontaneous. We did one of these alpine slides ('bobsled' is the popular operator in Hungary) near Visegrád in the hills north of Budapest and had fun, this one was a little steeper and involved a ride up on the ski lift, but I think everyone who tried it had fun. Then it was onwards to the castle.
We got off the highway at Postojna and I got to navigate ...
... last night?" "No, an opportunity came up." She winked at me. "Aha! Aren't you a lucky boy?" I just smiled and paid the bill. We caught a water taxi to the carpark at Piazalle Roma and were in the car and away shortly after 11.30. The drive to Trieste was easy and boring, freeway the whole way. Checked in to our Trieste apartments and then had to take the car to a nearby underground garage. Jo texted asking for sone milk. I ...