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... and the altitude we reached was the same as climbing Whistler...twice up and down! Parts to the trail had been hit by forest fire a couple of weeks ago and it was quite unpleasant to go through these areas. We lost our bearings a couple of times as the markers were obliterated in the fire. I don't cope well with being lost so I was not a happy camper!
Forging on we did make it after many climbs and descents to arrive at the hotel at close to 7 pm. ...
DAY 14 (Thursday May 14) "Last Day in Sorrento"
This is our last day in Sorrento in the South of Italy. We decided to "lay low" and not really do anything. We got up and had a nice, relaxed breakfast at the hotel and then I came back to the room and washed a bag of laundry (underwear, socks and a few shirts) I hung them on hangers and out on the patio to dry.
I then figured out our bus rides, times and tickets and generally got set for ...
... third still buried by the ash. It was a wonderful and insightful end to a great weekend.
My last weekend trip was awesome. I cannot believe all of the places I have been to in the last few months. I still cannot bring myself to believe that I am still in Italy. It has been an amazing adventure, and I am glad I got to share it with all of you. There will be a few more blog posts before my adventure concludes in May, so stay tuned...
Until Next Time,
... drove down to Sorrento, parked the car & walked to the train station. That was an experience in itself.
Then the hair raising, roller coaster ride along the coast road began. We were so glad we didn't attempt it in our Renault tank and its ridiculously large turning circle. This was a small car playground. I have never seen so many Fiats in one place. (Thinking of you Jo)
The drive was everything that was ...
... due to further excavation. It was a hot day so it was tiring walking around and we unfortunately didn't get a chance to see everything. One thing that did impress us were the cobble-stone streets with the deep wheel ruts and large stepping stones for pedestrian crossings. Liam liked seeing the dead people! Through the audio tour, you did get a sense of how it may have been living there.
Saturday was our day boating around Capri. ...