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... reviews, this was a common situation! It was the first time we had not followed TA for a while, and we would not do that again and of coarse Tony gave them a scaling review!
WEDNESDAY - Pompeii, Airport, Amelia
We decided to take the scenic route out of Amalfi on our way to Pompeii before dropping off Tony's parents at Rome airport. This involved the road along the southern side of the Amalfi peninsula. It was pretty busy along the road - ...
... the town of Amalfi taking lots of photos along the way. We explored this beautiful village, enjoyed a gelati and I tried my first real Sfogliatella Napolitana. I only remember eating one like this when I was very young. It was delicious and wished that I had bought more. We also noticed the size of the biscuits in the shop windows. They were gigantic compared to our ones back home.
We enjoyed our last night at Sant'Agata.
... ll be nice not to be dependent on the shuttle or other people.
I also got 2 Italian stalkers last week :) Somehow one guy got my number from a form or something and texted "you are so pretty". Kind of creepy! I was dumb and gave another guy my number and he is relentless! His last text was "why you don't text me back? will you go out with me?" Probably not!
Last weekend a few of us took the ferry to Ischia, an island off of Naples. ...
... the food – pretty much everything really. It’s been a pretty special part of the trip for us. I’m sitting here trying to think of highlights but honestly I’ve enjoyed just about every day here – even the train strike day had it’s moments. Best accommodation has definitely been Gilda’s; yep its got great views and the bed was good but mostly it was the family who all made us feel so welcome (even though Gilda and Giuseppe ...
... flow that enveloped Pompeii was 1,800°F.
After leaving Pompeii we made our way along the coast toward Sorrento on an amazing road that hugs the cliffs above the Mediterranean and proceeds through many long tunnels. Our hotel, the Ambasciatori, hangs on the cliff 500 feet above the Med. We were supposed to go to Capri tomorrow but because of the forecast for thunderstorms we are on our own in Sorrento and will go to Capri on Thursday.