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... rock, where I set down my guitar and a gust of wind smacks it against a boulder, gouging it a bit. But I don’t mind—actually I feel kind of proud of my guitar for having suffered a wound at the hand of cruel King Vesuvius.
On up the mountainside, there’s a feeling of abandon. Abandoned restaurants… I take a little side road to what looks like a village—but the road takes me to a beautiful classic style hotel, with recently ...
... for a nice dinner out. Situated in a cave! Cave restaurant Le Carnot: Delicious lunch place serving classic French appetizers, sandwiches, and pizzas. Le Carnot -Wine Tasting: La Cave de l'Ange Gardien: A great experience with very friendly people! We did a blind tasting of 5-6 wines and had so much fun. Located right in the town. Make an appointment. Yum! Marche aux Vins: This was a self-guided tour in old caves from 1200 by dim light. It was fun and different! It is in the town ...
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We decided we deserved a night out, so we got dressed up and headed to a local restaurant on the coast overlooking the bay. The food was superb and Ted Danson was apparently moonlighting as an Italian waiter there, so we were in good company.
Even though the site was adequate, the smell was really getting to us, so we decided to keep moving the next morning and head to Salerno.
Today we went by ferry to the Isle of Capri where the rich and famous go for holidays...the water was quite rough then we went on a speed boat cruise around the island to view the Faraglioni rocks. The water was emerald green ..beautiful . We then strolled down the exclusive shops could only afford to window shop. We did manage to pick a couple of small things though ...
... After visiting the Neopolitan Archaelogical Museum, we traveled to the city of Sorrento. Sorrento is a small city built atop one of the many mountains in the Campania region and provides a great view of the Bay of Naples, Mount Vesuvius, the Isle of Capri, and the city itself. Sorrento is famous for the production of limoncello, a drink made from lemon rinds, alcohol, water and sugar. We made sure to try it at the hotel's pool bar- it was pretty bitter.