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... from Denmark. Anna joined our table and we finished our lunch together followed by a limoncello. Perfect timing! Anna knew how to get back to the ferry. It was all the way back up to the top at Anacapri by bus, change buses and head back down to Capri, back down on the train and a walk to the ferry. With Anna at the helm we got back to the ferry ahead of schedule so she took us by the and and led us though the maze of streets to find her favourite wine bar ...
... 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 ...
... into a church by the converted population, but by then the fate of Paestum was sealed. You see, reader, in 2000 years man has learned very little. The area around was deforested for the pine wood used in building to such an extent that the land became marshland and very unstable. This accompanied by seismic activity meant that the land became unusable. Now I'm not going to get on my high horse about how we are still massively deforesting the land and damaging the ...
... all of it! When we finally made it back Salerno that evening, we wandered around town for a place to eat. After 20 minutes of walking and arguing, we settled on a little trattoria that was a block from our piazza (who knew all of that walking would lead us right back to where we started!). Olivia order seafood risotto (with octopus included!), Paulo and I ordered different pasta dishes with shrimp and Marco ordered a classic of the area--gnocchi alla Sorrentina. ...
... and it was by descending a stone paved slope plus many steps in between narrow alleys.
On our way downhill, beautiful clothing and souvenir boutiques were seen on both sides of these narrow steps which made it quite tempting to stop and browse around. But since I was anxious in arriving at the beach, I passed right next to these shops without even taking a second ...