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... parents to Da Franco’s- a favorite pizza place of the students in my program. It also happened to be Mardi Gras, so we watched from the town square as children dressed up like it was Halloween and had quite the celebration, throwing confetti and spraying silly string every which way. We finished this evening at Ristorante Tasso with Tsu as our guest of honor- it was of course delicious.
All prepared to go ...
... Mo bought a shirt and I bought a bracelet. We also tried some lemon chocolate coated almonds which were delicious! We bought some to snack on later! We got back to our hotel around 9pm and had dinner then. After dinner we had a look around at the pools and we were blown away by them. There were 5 pools over 5 tiers, each with a gorgeous view of the ocean. I would have LOVED to spend a day here around the pool relaxing, but we weren't prepared to sacrifice our time in Amalfi to do ...
... of sirens in the streets outside our window, "beside the sea in dear old Napoli."
Lessons learned today:
- Oh Napoli...you so nasty.
- Volcanoes are awesome. And scary. But still awesome. I'm a little sad that we didn't have time to climb to the top of it and peek in, although this might have inspired future trips to other famous volcanoes.
- Seriously, Napoli...where's your self-respect? Clean up a bit, ...
... a bit hard to see, far left of the image) the creepy dude poking his head out grinning. (I think that was Silenus? The hairy old dude that tags along behind big D on a donkey and occasionally bangs the Maenads.)
Well, after Pompeii we wandered back to Sorrento for some deliciously froofy ice tea, and tomorrow we're off to Florence, were I will be among my own people! (the Florentines. Get it? Eh? Eh?)
Sorrento is a beautiful hill side town on the Mediterranian. We had a wonderful sea food dinner and wine our first night there!
We took a drive to Positano along the Almafi Coast. This is another beautiful town.