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Travel Blogs from Sorrento
... slumber. A walk into Positano along the road is a matter of again dodging the oncoming traffic whist trying to make progress. We are about 10-15 mins walk from the town itself winding around the cliffs so every few meters there is a new view of vertiginous cliffs and crashing waves. Not only is there natural beauty to be seen but we were delighted to see a lady stripped down to the barest of bikinis having ...
... piece of art, the Veiled Christ. Made from one giant block of marble, the artist manages to make it look like the veil over Jesus was see though.It was mind blowing! Another amzing piece of art is the Farnese Bull in the National Archaeological Museum.
It was now time to depart back to the states. I really enjoyed my trip and learned alot about Italy's Culture. Would I live there? No.Too much Chaos. But I'd love to explore more of Italy some day.
... in a few words except that they are must do places if coming to Italy
· The roads are less cared for than France and there has been much consternation from the driver in trying to determine the speed limits as they are rarely signposted
· Tolls too can be quite varied (so far we estimate we have paid 250 Euro since our trip commenced). The other day we paid 2 ...
... considered itself as advanced as we consider ourselves now suddenly wiped out, snap frozen in time, by a volcanic erruption. The petrified bodies show in disturbing detail their horrified expressions.
After we had seen all there was to be seen and heard all there was to be heard, we went and hired free bikes. There is a bike path a few Kms long that encircles the park that would lead us back to the other entry to return our audio guides. Jumping on the bike ...
... shopping...yes the "ciao bella's" gave way pretty quickly to horror when lauren let rip! The island is about half an hr by hydrofoil so we made our escape quickly back to Sorrento.
One evening I dragged Stu along the shopping street to immerse ourselves in the throngs of people watchers, he then found a Guinness bar and was happy!
After Sorrento it's a quick trip to Pompeii and then we turn the caravan homeward ...