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... picnics with the guitar.. a great time there, actually maybe the best, because after thouse weeks,when we went back to the office i guess we werent that closed
I use to said, how much I love when i was leaving the place where we were staying, and saying hello to everyone in the street, going to the cafeteria, ans they were so nice always.. Maybe i didnt have privacy .. but at the same time it was so nice.
From there, are boats to ...
... called us a bus! Once down to the harbor we caught a tender back to the ship.
Sitting in our room we have a perfect view of Mount Vesuvius-- that's the volcano that destroyed Pompeii centuries ago. It has been a lovely day with a few downers but it was well worth it. Tomorrow we travel along the Amalfi Coast on our last full day aboard The Mariner. We are ready to go home see our friends & love on our dogs;).
There is a cloud hanging over the coast with everything else warm and sunny., nevertheless it is a great view and the best way to see all the villages that seem to hang from the rocks in some places. The boat is only a quarter full so we all have a seat each on the top deck of the boat. We pass Conca, Furore and Praiano and other small ones before arriving in Positano. Yes, today we made it!
We begin walking up the winding, narrow ...
... back to the main square. Josh and I find a shop called "Wine & Drugs" leading to a few “selfies” being taken. We window shop back to the car park and begin our descent back toward Amalfi and Minori – arriving home just before 4.00. The meeting is 5.30 so it gives us a bit of a break.
At 5.00, we drive toward Maiori which is the next town. Google maps is showing a different location to the hall than I remember. We find a street to park in and getting out ...
... to the underground part where the Roman Theatre was. This too has been built over. Enzo, in his research, had sought out the exact site of the theatre using Roman maps & descriptions and finally found it. One family had been using part of it as a wine cellar as well. So this family have now been relocated and their apartment used as the entrance. We went down to see the back stage part where the actors would access the stage. It was used from 4th century BC to 11th century ...