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Sorrento was a quick 2 night stay to break up a big drive from Sicily to Rome.
Driving this Amalfi coast area was probably crazier then the last time.
More people, cars and scooters. I'm surprised we didn't see any accidents.
Although Greg has this driving thing completely under control.
After 9mths of driving in some pretty crazy places Greg can drive anywhere.
Sorrento is a big ...
... makeup so I could look beautiful for Bruno. (Not really). I reckon she should do a beautician course. She loves to pamper. We first sight the dome of St Peters. Now we are really in Rome. We see some sites I cannot remember the name of, and Athena is starting to say out loud 'I just love Italy, I could live here'. I say 'I know, isn't it just wonderful'. I think it is the men. They pay extra attention to us two as we are the young ones in a pack of ...
... once on the wrong side of the road...but he just gestured for the other cars to continue as best they could...and they did. Most people know from movies and from having done the drive that it is a stunning cliffside hugging drive through hill and harbour towns. It is one of the best drives I have been on....and this was the second time in two years. It does leave you without ...
... a Best Western who was able to give us more definitive directions. Our Garmin was close, but even she got thrown by the virgin mary procession. The hotel is idyllic and i think we will enjoy our stay here. Beautiful vistas of the amalfi coast! Breakfast and evening wine hour. We have a private balcony and are looking forward to our stay. We've booked a trip to Capri tomorrow!! So excited!! ...
... rainbow covering the city/bay (see photo) just before we headed out for dinner! Dinner was at the Mueum Caruso Restaurant. What a neat experience! It is just off the main square and looks like an old building with stained glass windows, and a warm/traditional interior. It is part restaurant part museum dedicated to the great singer Caruso. One review of this restaurant commented "Stepping into the restaurant is like being transported back in time to the ...