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... that Pizza.
We have been up & down so many stairs, on this trip we should be skinny as, but no we aren't.
All part & parcel of a good time away.....
We have been so blessed to have had the views from our room that we have had, even from the tiny window in the dungeon, hasn't stopped us seeing the ever changing scene from the weather over beautiful Amalfi
... idiot word became the word of the day.
The house we are staying in is newly renovated and everything is beautifully done, so relaxing. they have provided everything for us including plenty of food.It has 3 levels, ground floor has a 1 bedroom self contained apartment, the upper apartment has two levels with living on the bottom and bedrooms on the top. So comfortable, we are very very happy ...
We took a tour to mount Vesuvius and Pompeii today. Jason and I climbed to the top of the volcano, I did it in flip flops and it only took 25 minutes. Apparently someone has done it in stilettos, that's impressive. It was very cloudy at the top, so we did not get to see out very far but we took some cool photos in the clouds. We also bought ...
... again. And HOT. I am sharing a picture of the really unique taxis that they have in Capri. They are all convertibles with a sun shade. So fancy! Kind of goes along with everything in Capri..very expensive. Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuiton, Dior., Ferragammo...and on and on and on. Ana Capril was very nice and much quieter. I enjoyed a gelato (amaretto and pistachio) in Ana Capri yesterday.
... a mile to the right. The bright side is this really gave us a look into the daily life of Neapolitans and I have to say it felt like NYC. Except with crazy scooter drivers instead of yellow taxis. (At least the taxis don't drive on the sidewalk!). After an anxious few minutes on the streets and trying to follow train station signs in Italian, we bought our tickets to Pompeii costing 2.80. A few stops into the ride south along the coast ...