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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Luigi, our interpreter and master chef, Michele. It was such a treat....gnocchi, eggplant parmigiana, pesto fettuccine and pannacotta. Kath and Peter Baylie you would have loved our day today. Ken, you would have shaken your head sadly with our wrong turn on the way home and Thomas and Noah, you would have loved nanny and pa's pasta . We have sore feet, wobbly knees and a cooking certificate to mark the end of a very special day. Tomorrow ...
... they straggled in after having walked along the waters edge and then climbed up the stairs and walkway to the road. They made it halfway when they met felicity and Peter who were coming for a visit. Finding a roadside shop they were able to buy our oil and come back. A pleasant afternoon was spent chatting,eating and drinking. We set out for dinner at le Pirata, one of the very nice restaurants down on ...
... even after being buried under hot ash. It was an absolute amazing experience and pictures cannot capture all that we saw there. We took a train back to Rome. When we returned, we walked down to the river to eat dinner and wander through a market. It was a bit relaxing and we enjoyed the slower pace. After a late dinner, we headed home to leave in the morning. I realized that a movie about Pompeii is coming out in February, it should be ...
... small. There were a few cute little restaurants and a gorgeous church with bells going nuts because there was a wedding on.
The tiny little beach was crammed full of rent-a-chairs and umbrellas, as is the style in Europe. I had a swim and sat around in the sun for a while before heading back home.
That night we went back down to the marina to have beer while watching olympics then a lovely dinner in one of the seaside ...
... the coastline at various elevations along its route. The locals seem to have the hang of driving on it though, more than once we saw two pretty substantial buses navigate their way past each other when the space seemed more suited for one!
After a short stop over in Amalfi we headed back along the coast, keeping nearer to it this time so we could get closer views of some of the old medieval watchtowers that dot the coast, as well as diving into some of ...