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... name, there are a lot of English tourists staying here. Our first afternoon and following day were spent exploring the area (and all the boutiques!! Thank goodness Craig's case is half empty!) with the Island of Capri to follow. The weather turned bleak after our arrival and the forecast is not good for our stay but as they say, you have no control over the ...
... girl from Rome. I took my Ambien and dozed a bit, but not in David's style. He said it's ruined him for travel any other way. Our drive from Rome to Sorrento was fairly uneventful except that towards the end we were caught up in one of those Godfather like Virgin Mary walking parades that held up traffic and as a result we got really lost and ended up in someone's olive orchard. We finally ...
... en suite with a bedroom, and we opted for that to go to Peggy and Tom. It was also on the first level (or as my mother referred to it later, the catacombs) and right next to the breakfast area. All other rooms required a sprint from the bathroom. We'd become an intimate group before our time was up. Rusty and Tissy were put in a room with a private balcony with breathtaking views over the Mediterranean. Sam and I stayed in a room by the kitchen, with the kids next ...
... s a handbag! He advised us to take the bus! We lined up at another bus stop and lo and behold along came an empty bus, not for long people came from everywhere, we made it on and up the hill we came. We had bought a sandwich thing for dinner so we sat on our balcony gazing out to sea eating and drinking beer! Life's good. Tomorrow we are going to find a post office to send some stuff home and then cruise the ocean. Hope everyone is staying warm. Bye from the Amalfi ...
... to a natural spring that runs through each room, theoretically used as a cooling system for the work with hot metals). Since we were 30 meters below street level, the ancient buildings felt cool and damp, and echoes were easily produced. This added an equally spooky yet exhilarating feeling to the hallways that ancient Romans used to walk through.
On the next level (built right on top) was a church built in roughly AD 400, to Saint Clement. The Emperor Constantine ...