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... later (but who is counting) I stagger into Ravello. Very scenic walk but tough. I had a chat to an English lady at a cemetery a 1/4 of the way up and watched a 70 yo man carrying a bag of cement on his shoulder up about 250 steps without stopping - amazing how you get used to living on the side of a mountain. I am very happy though as the light is great as I go into Villa Rufolo to take some pictures over the coast. After ...
Minori, Sorrento – 24 degrees, sunny
I enjoyed an early morning walk to Maiori today as the sun was rising, a beautiful start to the day. Get a few pictures of the sunrise and of Maiori and Minori and don't get run over on the coast road so it is all good.
Today our goal is Positano. We wait for the 9.00 bus which, as is the wont of our SITA buses here, doesn’t appear. It will mean we have missed the ferry to Positano, so we decide ...
... the concentration. It does not give you time to appreciate any scenery which is one of the problems of the Amalfi Coast – a beautiful area but travel along it is difficult.
We pass through Vietri and Maiori and reach Minori. We locate our accommodation easily in a building just across from the beach. We are really happy, it is large and modern and with a great living area and a balcony with views of the beach and up to Atrani. WiFi not working at the moment ...
... from a crossroads and he got up unhurt! He drove off and the restaurant owner who came out said he was ok and we could go.... Thank goodness it wasn't any worse ...we have no Italian for that sort of situation!!!!!
We finally found our accommodation for the night in a much nicer area of Pompei and we were able to relax and have a meal in their lovely outdoor garden area. We were starving by the time we arrived a few minutes after 9pm, and ...
... to Quintus and Grumio, and all of are other friends who Grawboski so lovingly acted out in Grabowski theater. I know she would be so proud of me.
From Pompeii, we had another wild bus ride up Vesuvius. The bus ride took us a portion of the way, and then we hiked the rest. It was a difficult trek because the gravel was slippery, but we finally made it up to the very top of the 4,000 feet. It was very windy, and ...