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... in the piazza watching little boys play soccer, until the pizzeria let us in for dinner.
The Neapolitan margharita pizza was great, but I took one piece and was done. Mike powered through half of his. What a trooper.
After that it was finally, finally time for bed. Sleep so good.
Today, we are up and not quite ourselves, but ready for a good day. More pictures tomorrow.
... picked up from can only be described as "disorganised chaos" and yes I did mean to type disorganised!! But, we survived it. And we also survived the climb to the top of Mt Vesuvius without any falls by us and any eruptions from it :) It is still an active volcano & is closely monitored as the warning signs of an eruption usually occur only just before the actual eruption. Today there are about 700,000 people living in the valley below... The climb ...
... in his shirt and undies, but 3 floors above us...... Karen gave him a thumbs up, but Dave was a double thumbs up!
On arrival at the restaurant, the earliest, of course, we were all presented with a glass of prosecco. I did well, as Dave was saving his alcohol "allowance" for the red. The owner spoke some english, so we were able to discuss the menu, with all of us choosing local specialities. The bread and spiced olive ...
... and behold we found Il Fuso in a building with a doctor's office and many apartments in a four story old building. We rang the doorbell and a buzzer opened up the door and we went inside to a beautiful marble foyer with marble steps leading upstairs. Reaching the second floor we were greeted by Larendale who invited us inside. The place was immaculate. We each had a huge room with a very large modern bathroom. Her husband, Vincenzo, came home within ...
Rested from our day at sea,we met our guide Anna-Sofia and driver Guisippe just off the boat loaded the van and headed out of the huge port to Sorrento about 1 hour south of Naples. Sorrento sets on a ledge in the mountains overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.. We arrived at Piazza Tasso and walked into the heart of the city , lemons hanging on trees above us as big as our heads. Sofia guided us to her favorite Limoncello store where ...