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We began our day traveling from Rome to Sorrento on a coach bus. On the ride we were able to enjoy many beautiful views of indifferent parts of Italy, but the best views Erie when we arrived in Sorrento.
Sorrento by far was my favorite place on the trip. A breathtaking town filled with views, beaches, amazing food, sweetest people, and LOTS of lemons!
Our hotel was yuckie, but we were not there much anyways. We walked ...
... all these little alleyways that wind into each other full of a mixture of high street labels, cute italian label stores, restaurants, tourist shops, lemoncello stores everywhere, and lots of handmade shops. the shop here all open 10-1pm then reopen for 4-9pm so the rest of sunday was spent exploring these fun little passages and soaking up this hustling but enjoyable vibe. I must admit the italians are obviously used to much hotter temps then me as I ...
... markets for souveniers, we headed back to Sorrento for what I hoped would be a nice dinner out. We wanted to do something more "authentic" so we went quite out of the way to get to an old fishing harbor. We had dinner in this fantastic bay area (see the picture) complete with a guy fileting the fish in front of me. I definitely wasn't expecting that one! 2 hours later our second dinner and second day in Italy was complete. On to ...
... to Sorrento. The clouds were lifting as we drove and we saw a speck of blue sky to cheer us up. We eventually arrived in this wonderful wee town on the Amalfi Coast and were instantly charmed by it. Luisa took us to a shop where we were shown how the wood inlaid products were made. It's a long process and this particular shop has been in business for 6 generations. Hard to comprehend when I barely ...
... it had sharp pinchers.
- It was so hot that I had at least 20 lemon granitas to cool down. Lemons are grown in this area and the granitas are made with real lemons.
- We went to a dinner show and we listened and danced to Italian music
- We also went to a cooking class and made homemade pizza
- On Friday we went to Capri by ...