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... doing either of those things. So plan B, take the ferry to Positano, well that would take about 2 hours each way and by the time we got there we'd have 1.5 hours to look around, that with 4 hours on a ferry plus paying 30 euros for it, we dedided to skip that too! On to plan C, take a bus up the hill to a cool looking castle and then tour an ancient garden and stay in town, great, bought the bus tickets to go, ...
... and advertising for their brothels, I was blown away.
Checked the photographer's shots from last night, and chose a reasonable one of us both, then to the Lido for lunch. It took me this long to realise they make pizzas by request, so that had to be the choice for today (we're in Italy!).
Back to our room for some relaxing, and relax we did, not really doing anything more until 6pm when we ...
... city center. Here we had a wonderful lunch in an authentic Italian restaurant. I was even able to convince the cook to make me my favorite dish. The Spaghetti a la Carbonara was simply MAGNIFICENT!!! It was everything I imagined it would be and I was never so content to eat anything in my whole life!
After lunch we continued to walk through the street of Sorrento and got to experience true Italian traffic with cars and ...
Salerno is half-way between Rome and Italy's toe. Anyone heard of it? We hadn't. No matter, we bussed into the busy port into town. It was founded over 1,000 years ago and is apparently known for its waterfront promenade (in Italian "lungomare") being one of the prettiest in Italy. A huge centuries-old stone fortress overlooks town, the Castello di Arechi. The town here is real Italy, old-style. It is like Venice without tourists or canals! ...
... north of Salerno. We had taken our swimmers as the weather over the last few days was very hot. We looked around the town first and were impressed with the local shops and cafés. It seems that Lemonchello is one of the main items produced and sold in almost every shop. We went for a swim before catching the ferry back to Salerno. We had a easy day compared with the day in Rome yesterday.